Countermeasure Data Integration Within Autonomous Space Medicine: An Extension to Artemis in Space

Jennifer Yeung1, Carolyn McGregor AM1

  • 1University of Ontario Institute of Technology



Poster Session


10:00 - 17:00 | Tue 30 Oct | Foyer | B1P-F

Extreme Environment Medicine

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Health effects of space mission crewmembers due to microgravity have historically been acceptable and reversible, yet the effect of longer duration missions remain largely unknown. Expected communication blocks between the spacecraft and Mission Control on Earth preventing crew members from consulting with Earth-based doctors immediately should a medical problem arise onboard presents the potential to integrate a health analytics platform for real-time physiological monitoring. This paper proposes a design for the data integration of current medical support and countermeasure equipment that collect physiological data from astronauts onboard the ISS with an existing platform to enable predictive and diagnostic analytic provisions.

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