Studies of the gastrointestinal tract in the Mars-500 projectThe international crew of researchers held 520-day isolation from June 3, 2010 to November 4, 2011. It was the project Mars-500 — simulating manned flight to Mars.
The crew (photo by IBMP; left to right): Alexandr Egorovich Smoleevskiy (Russia) — physiologist, Romain Charles — (France) — flight engineer, Alexey Sergeyevich Sitev (Russia) — engineer and commander of the mission, Sukhrob Rustamovich Kamolov (Russia) — a doctor of the crew, Diego Urbina (Italy) — engineer, Wang Yue (China) — instructor at the China Astronaut Research and Training Center.
Crew of the experimental facility simulating an interplanetary spacecraft, conducted a 24-hour study of electrical activity of different parts of the gastrointestinal tract (electrogastroenterography). For these studies, the Institute of Biomedical Problems of RAS, with the participation of the RPE Istok-Sistema based on the commercial acidogastroenterograph Gastroscan-GEM created an experimental model of the airborne gastroenterograph Splanhograph (for experiment Splanh). The board gastroenterograph Splanhograph in contrast to the acidogastroenteromonitor Gastroscan-GEM hadn't a pH channel.
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