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Our device is used to control the state of the heart in astronauts

The transport manned spacecraft "Soyuz TMA-11M" lander landed in a given area southeast of Zhezkazgan (Kazakhstan) on May 14 at 5.57 Moscow time in accordance with the announcement of the Federal Space Agency. Landing has passed normally. Roscosmos cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio (USA), and JAXA astronaut Koichi Wakata (Japan) returned to Earth from the board of the International Space Station (ISS).

SSC RF - IBMP RAS specialists performed the studies with the use of the diagnostic tool KardiRu in which the analysis of the electrocardiogram (ECG) dispersion mapping method based technology is applied. This technology is used in medical devices "Cardiovisor". This unique technology allows for rapid examination with minimum requirements. 4-electrode limb ECG is performed within 30 seconds, and automatically sent via the Internet to analysis server. After a few seconds ECG and the results are available to the operator and experts located anywhere on the globe. Thus, we managed to get 6-lead ECG signals and report on the astronaut’s myocardium state.

This is not the first project to be implemented jointly SSC RF - IBMP RAS with our company "Medical Computer Systems." Since 2000, with the help of hardware and software systems, created with the direct participation of "Medical Computer Systems" were conducted space experiments (CE) "Prevention" using complex "Kardiokasseta" TBE "Pulse" TBE "Pnevmokard" TBE "Sonokard." In the years 2014-2016 will be held two more space experiments "Kardiovektor" and "Kosmokard." In particular, 24-hour (daily) record ECG dispersion characteristics in astronauts will be registered for the first time during orbital space flight in the "Kosmokard" experiment.



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