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    Title

    Medical Care for Humans in Space

    Description

    This session focuses on medical care for astronauts including operational medicine aspects, countermeasure development and applications, as well as needs for future care for astronauts during long term, stays in space and missions to and on the Moon and Mars. A further focus will lie on medical care for passengers and operators of commercial suborbital and orbital space flights.

    Date

    2022-09-19

    Time

    15:00

    Room

    W05

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Prof. Satoshi Iwase, Aichi Medical University, Japan;

    • Co-Chair: Prof. Oleg Orlov, Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP), Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), Russian Federation;

    • Rapporteur: Prof. Hasan Birol Cotuk, Turkey;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    15:00

    A compact pulsed near-infrared light probe for non-invasive imaging of the spaces between the skull and the brain to improve the diagnosis of brain injuries during spaceflight

    9

    confirmed

    Ms. Roxanne Fournier

    University of British Columbia

    Canada

    2

    15:09

    EchoFinder: an autonomous ultrasound acquisition protocol for human spaceflight application

    9

    confirmed

    Mr. Aristée Thevenon

    MEDES - IMPS

    France

    3

    15:18

    Holotriage: a novel medical first response training for astronauts integrating artificial intelligence, digital twins, avatars, haptics, and mixed reality spatial computing technologies

    confirmed

    Ms. Susan Ip-Jewell

    United States

    4

    15:18

    Bioprint FirstAid: A handheld Bioprinter for First Aid utilization on Space Exploration Missions

    9

    confirmed

    Mrs. Laura Schumacher

    OHB System AG

    Germany

    5

    15:27

    Enabling Human Spaceflight Exploration Missions Through Progressively Earth Independent Medical Operations

    9

    confirmed

    Dr. Kris Lehnhardt

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Johnson Space Center

    United States

    6

    15:36

    Extraterrestrial silicates are hemostatic and manage bleeding in a swine model of liver laceration: Hemorrhage control materials for long-term space missions

    9

    confirmed

    Mr. Nabil Ali-Mohamad

    University of British Columbia

    Canada

    7

    15:45

    State Liability and Responsibility for Medical Treatment and/or Care for Injury to or Illness of Space Tourists or Suborbital Flight Passengers

    9

    confirmed

    Mr. George Anthony Long

    United States

    8

    15:54

    Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration and its Potential Prophylactic Application for Spaceflight-Associated Neuro-Ocular Syndrome

    9

    confirmed

    Dr. Mark Rosenberg

    Medical University of South Carolina

    United States

    9

    16:03

    Towards semi-automated pleural cavity access for pneumothorax in austere environments

    9

    confirmed

    Ms. Rachael L'Orsa

    University of Calgary

    Canada

    10

    16:12

    Enhancing Ultrasound with Electrical Impedance Tomography for Deep Space Medical Imaging

    9

    confirmed

    Ms. Kendall Farnham

    Dartmouth College

    United States

    11

    16:21

    Role of Indian Traditional Medicine: Siddha in Space Medicine

    confirmed

    Mr. Kathiravan Thangavel

    Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

    Australia

    12

    16:21

    Innovation in space medical technology

    9

    confirmed

    Dr. Ilaria Cinelli

    AIKO S.r.l.

    Italy

    13

    16:30

    Review of menstrual blood-derived cell therapy to support astronauts in long-term space missions.

    confirmed

    Ms. Marion Dugué

    TU Delft

    The Netherlands

    14

    16:30

    Lab In Space: Point Of Care Testing For Astronauts

    9

    confirmed

    Dr. Saswati Das

    International Space University (ISU)

    India

    15

    16:39

    increased effectiveness in cardiopulmonary resuscitation through the development of cprad, a novel cpr assistance device

    9

    withdrawn

    Ms. Rym Chaid

    Concordia University

    Canada

    16

    16:48

    Medical ethics of long duration space flight

    9

    confirmed

    Ms. Madison Diamond

    Department of Space Studies, University of North Dakota

    Canada

    17

    16:57

    Development of a Teripper for intra-spacecraft transportation

    9

    confirmed

    Mr. Taichi Yamazaki

    ASTRAX, Inc.

    Japan