J A Jones
Affiliation: NASA Ames Research Center
- Immune system changes during simulated planetary exploration on Devon Island, high arcticBrian Crucian
Wyle Laboratories NASA JSC, Houston, Texas 77058, USA
BMC Immunol 8:7. 2007..Study timepoints were 30 days prior to mission start, mid-mission and 60 days after mission completion...
- Diagnostic ultrasound at MACH 20: retroperitoneal and pelvic imaging in spaceJ A Jones
NASA Lyndon B Johnson Space Center, Space Medicine and Health Care Systems Medical Operations Branch, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, TX 77058, USA
Ultrasound Med Biol 35:1059-67. 2009..Successful completion of complex sonographic examinations can be obtained even with minimally trained nonphysician ultrasound operators, with the assistance of ground-based real-time guidance...
- Cataract formation mechanisms and risk in aviation and space crewsJeffrey A Jones
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:A56-66. 2007....
- Genitourinary issues during spaceflight: a reviewJ A Jones
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, USA
Int J Impot Res 17:S64-7. 2005..With implementation of a robust countermeasures program, GU issues should not have a significant threat for mission impact during future spaceflights...
- Medullary sponge kidney and urinary calculi: aeromedical concernsJeffrey A Jones
NASA JSC SD2, Houston, TX 77058, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 79:707-11. 2008..MSK in aviation and spaceflight necessitates case-by-case evaluation and treatment to rule out other potential confounding factors that might also contribute to stone formation and in order to requalify the aviator for flight duties...
- Human health and performance for long-duration spaceflightDenise L Baisden
Aviat Space Environ Med 79:629-35. 2008..This capability could be expanded by the presence of a physician in the crew and including simple, low-technology surgical capability...
- Ionizing radiation-induced bioeffects in space and strategies to reduce cellular injury and carcinogenesisJeffrey A Jones
NASA Johnson Space Center, Medical Operations, Houston, TX 77058, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:A67-78. 2007..Potential mutagenic effects from space radiation exposure result from direct DNA damage or indirectly from the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS)...
- Trauma sonography for use in microgravityAndrew W Kirkpatrick
Foothills Medical Centre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:A38-42. 2007..Phase IV studies have begun to address crew training issues, onboard imaging protocols, and data transfer procedures necessary to offer the modified TS technique for space use...
- Breast cancer and spaceflight: risk and managementYael R Barr
Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, Division of Aerospace Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX 77555 0570, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:A26-37. 2007..Employing such a strategy may provide a viable management approach in the case of a newly diagnosed breast mass inflight...
- Renal stone formation among astronautsRobert A Pietrzyk
Wyle Laboratories, Houston, TX, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:A9-13. 2007..Another potential serious health complication is the development of renal stones. The development of a renal stone may not only impact the health of the crewmember, but also the success of the mission...
- Acute urinary retention among astronautsPhilip C Stepaniak
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:A5-8. 2007..The four major causes of AUR--obstructive, pharmacologic, psychogenic, and neurogenic-are discussed, with an emphasis on how these may have played a role in this case...
- FAST at MACH 20: clinical ultrasound aboard the International Space StationAshot E Sargsyan
Wyle Laboratories, Houston, Texas, USA
J Trauma 58:35-9. 2005..This report documents the first FAST examination conducted in space, as part of the sustained effort to maintain the highest possible level of available medical care during long-duration space flight...
- Human spaceflight health systems for the Constellation ProjectRichard A Scheuring
Aviat Space Environ Med 78:1179-80. 2007
- Percutaneous bladder catheterization in microgravityJeffrey A Jones
Space Life Science Directorate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Lyndon B Johnson Space Center JSC, Houston, Texas 77058, USA
Can J Urol 14:3493-8. 2007..A porcine model of urethral occlusion was used. The results demonstrate an additional capability from our previous investigations describing endoscopic catheterization and stenting of the ureters in microgravity conditions...
- Assessment of simulated surgical skills in parabolic microgravityAzhar Rafiq
Medical Informatics and Technology Applications Consortium, Department of Surgery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 23298, USA
Aviat Space Environ Med 76:385-91. 2005..During spaceflight crew health is paramount in the success of flight missions. The delivery of healthcare during flight requires crew readiness for medical and surgical response...