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The peer-reviewed monthly journal, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (ASEM) provides contact with physicians, life scientists, bioengineers, and medical specialists working in both basic medical research and in its clinical applications. It is the most used and cited journal in its field. ASEM is distributed to more than 80 nations.

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Volume 77, Number 4, April 2006

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Open Access Cardiac Health for Astronauts: Coronary Calcification Scores and CRP as Criteria for Selection and Retention
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Authors: Hamilton, Douglas R.; Murray, Jocelyn D.; Ball, Chad G.


Open Access Head and Helmet Biodynamics and Tracking Performance in Vibration Environments
pp. 388-397(10)
Authors: Smith, Suzanne D.; Smith, Jeanne A.

Open Access Cranial-Neck and Inhalation Rewarming Failed to Improve Recovery from Mild Hypothermia
pp. 398-403(6)
Authors: Wright, Heather E.; Cheung, Stephen S.

Open Access Three-Dimensional Spatial Skill Training in a Simulated Space Station: Random vs. Blocked Designs
pp. 404-409(6)
Authors: Shebilske, Wayne L.; Tubré, Travis; Tubré, Amber Hanson; Oman, Charles M.; Richards, Jason T.

Open Access Hormonal Responses of Pilots to Training Flights: The Effects of Experience on Apparent Stress
pp. 410-414(5)
Authors: Otsuka, Yasutami; Onozawa, Akihiko; Miyamoto, Yoshinori

Open Access Risk Factors for Recruit Exertional Heat Illness by Gender and Training Period
pp. 415-421(7)
Authors: Wallace, Robert F.; Kriebel, David; Punnett, Laura; Wegman, David H.; Wenger, C. Bruce; Gardner, John W.; Kark, John A.

Open Access Air Traffic Controller Burnout: Survey Responses Regarding Job Demands, Job Resources, and Health
pp. 422-428(7)
Authors: Martinussen, Monica; Richardsen, Astrid M.


Open Access Historic Photo
pp. 428-428(1)


Open Access Hemodynamic Effects of Midodrine After Spaceflight in Astronauts Without Orthostatic Hypotension
pp. 429-433(5)
Authors: Platts, Steven H.; Ziegler, Michael G.; Waters, Wendy W.; Meck, Janice V.

Open Access Decision Analysis in Aerospace Medicine: Costs and Benefits of a Hyperbaric Facility in Space
pp. 434-443(10)
Authors: John-Baptiste, Ava; Cook, Tim; Straus, Sharon; Naglie, Gary; Gray, Gary; Tomlinson, George; Krahn, Murray


Open Access Phosphenes in Low Earth Orbit: Survey Responses from 59 Astronauts
pp. 449-452(4)
Authors: Fuglesang, Christer; Narici, Livio; Picozza, Piergiorgio; Sannita, Walter G.

Open Access A Device for Sampling Arterialized Earlobe Blood in Austere Environments
pp. 453-455(3)
Authors: Russomano, Thais; Evetts, Simon N.; Castro, Joao; dos Santos, Marlise A.; Gavillon, Jorge; Azevedo, Dario F. G.; Whittle, John; Coats, Edward; Ernsting, John


Open Access Aircrew and Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
pp. 456-458(3)
Authors: Heller, Simon R.; Nicholson, Anthony N.


Open Access Apical Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and Arrhythmia in Military Pilots
pp. 459-461(3)
Authors: Carter, Dan; Pokroy, Russell; Barenboim, Erez; Azaria, Bella; Goldstein, Liav


Open Access You’re the Flight Surgeon
pp. 462-463(2)
Author: Day, R. Shane


Open Access In Response:
pp. 464-464(1)
Authors: Bonato, Frederick; Bubka, Andrea

Open Access  Rotation Direction Change Hastens Motion Sickness Onset in an Optokinetic Drum
pp. 464-464(1)
Authors: Bos, Jelte E.; Bles, Willem

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