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Citation

Buravkova LV, Buravkov SV, Poleshchuk IP. Aviakosm. Ekolog. Med. 1992; 26(1): 29-31.

Vernacular Title

Vliianie imitatsii dlitel'nogo pogruzheniia na 100 m v gelio-kislorodnoi srede na

Copyright

(Copyright © 1992, Institute of Biomedical Problems)

DOI

unavailable

PMID

1299440

Abstract

Three volunteers participated in the experiments to study the osmotic resistance and elemental composition of the erythrocytes during a 100-meter simulated saturation dive in He-O2 environment. The 15-day hyperbaric exposure resulted in a significant increase of erythrocytes resistance in response to a changed osmotic environment which was also maintained at an early stage of readaptation. The X-ray spectral local microanalysis revealed a decrease in chlorine, potassium and sodium level's on the 2nd postdecompression day. On a prolonged hyperbaric exposure at the expense of phospholipid exchange between plasma erythrocytes and lipoproteins, the erythrocyte membrane changes which may cause disturbances in ionic permeability of the cells are expected to occur.


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