Unique Skill ID: KS1209K6NCCC2M9NW998

Aerospace Physiology

Aerospace physiology is a specialized field that focuses on the effects of aviation and space travel on human physiology, including physiological changes related to altitude, pressure, oxygenation, and acceleration. Aerospace physiologists work to optimize the health and performance of pilots, astronauts, and other crew members, as well as design systems and equipment that support human survival and performance in extreme environments. They may also research and develop countermeasures for physiological effects of flight, such as motion sickness, hypoxia, and decompression sickness.

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