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Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences Appendix F Cardiovascular Physiology Experiments Planned for the ISS Experiment Number Experiment Title Investigator Target Mission (if known) NASA-Sponsored ISS Flight Experiments into Calendar Year 2004 99-03-046/99-03-377 Human Cardiovascular Performance in the Space Flight Environment Michael Bungo, Ben Levine Not Manifested 96-04-290 Effects of Microgravity on the Peripheral Subcutaneous Veno-Arteriolar Reflex in Humans A. Gabrielsen Incr. 3-4 (7A.1) 96-04-044 The Effects of EVA and Long-term Exposure to Microgravity on Pulmonary Function J. West Incr. 3-5, 7 (7A.1) SMO 008 Entry Monitoring Meck Incr. 8 SMO 006 Test of Midodrine as Countermeasure Against Postflight Orthostatic Hypotension Meck Incr. 5, STS-108, 110, 111, 112, 109 NASA-Sponsored ISS Flight Monitoring MR071L Holter Monitoring All MR077L Physical Fitness Assessment All NASA-Sponsored ISS Pre/Post Flight Testing MR001L Operational Tilt Test All Russian Flight Experiments MBI5 Intergrated study of the dynamics of the primary parameters of cardiac activity and blood circulation, using a lower body negative pressure (LBNP) apparatus MBI-9 Study of autonomic regulation of the human cardiovascular system in weightlessness Russian Pre/Post Flight Experiments Peregruzki G-forces on Soyuz and recommendations for anti-G force countermeasure development Thermographia Human peripheral thermoregulation during readaptation after long-duration spaceflight
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