Medical Research on Arctic and Antarctic Expeditions
Aleksandr Lʹvovich Matusov
Israel Program for Scientific Translations, 1973 - Medical - 209 pages
A collection of papers summarizing the results of clinical, physiological, hygienic, and psychological studies conducted by physicians of the Soviet Antarctic expeditions and "Serernyi polyus" (North Pole) drifing stations.
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N R DERYAPA ClinicalPhysiological Features of the Process of Human
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10th expedition activity adaptation Akklimatizatsiya cheloveka Antarctic and Human antarctic stations antarkticheskikh Antarktide Arctic and Antarctic average Bellingshausen station blood cardiovascular system central Antarctic cheloveka Nature climatic clinical coastal Antarctic compared course of acclimation course of wintering Danishevskii decreased Deryapa determined diseases drifting station dynamics dyspnea effect end of wintering energy expenditure evaluation examinations excretion factors functional HbO2 hemodynamics higher nervous activity Human Acclimation increased indexes Informatsionnyi Byulleten initial level investigations Leningrad maximum Medgiz Meditsina metabolism middle latitudes Mirny observatory Molodezhnaya Molodezhnaya station months Moskva Nauka nervous normal Novolazarevskaya Novolazarevskaya station Number of examinees nutrition observations organism period persons physical load physiological polar day polar night polar stations polar workers polyarnikov potassium reactions recorded regions respiratory showed sleep Sovetskoi Antarkticheskoi Ekspeditsii Soviet antarctic expeditions spirographic SSSR statistically significant subjective disorders systolic Table thiamine tion urine various vitamin Vliyanie Vostok station