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Demonstration of non-invasive acquisition of physiologic variables from spaceflight participants

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Demonstration of non-invasive acquisition of physiologic variables from spaceflight participants
Programs to monitor the health and wellness of NASA’s first astronauts drove the early development of technology for monitoring human physiology. The commercial evolution of these early physiologic sensors has since transformed clinical health care in terrestrial operating rooms, emergency departments, and cardiac care units. NASA programs for Human Health, Life Support, and Habitation Systems (TA06) are likely to benefit from highly leveraged commercial biosensor development and integration.The Vital Space effort is focused on the development and implementation of cost effective, innovative hardware and software solutions for the collection, storage, and retrieval of physiological data related to the training, in-flight, and post-flight performance of commercial spaceflight participants. More »

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