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+Gz tolerance after 14 days bed rest and the effects of rehydration.Measurement of the reduction in centrifugation tolerance after two weeks of bedrest with moderate daily exercise, with an attempt to determine if rehydration improves +Gz tolerance. There were significant reductions in +Gz tolerance during bedrest periods at three acceleration levels. Rehydration resulted in a significant increase in tolerance at 2.1G but it did not restore tolerance to control levels. Rehydration did not affect tolerance at 3.2G and 3.8G.
Document ID
19720044629
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Authors
Greenleaf, J. E.
Van Beaumont, W.
Bernauer, E. M.
Haines, R. F.
Sandler, H.
Young, H. L.
Yusken, J. W. (NASA Ames Research Center Biotechnology Div., Moffett Field, Calif., United States)
Date Acquired
August 6, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1972
Subject Category
BIOSCIENCES
Meeting Information
Aerospace Medical Association, Annual Scientific Meeting(Bal Harbour, FL)
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Other