Volume 8, Issue 5, September 2019, Page: 119-124
The Anesthesia and Coping Strategies of Medical Care for Astronauts in Shenzhou Eleven Spaceship
Liu Ji, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Fang Weiwu, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Jia Fukong, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Song Haifeng, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Lou Xiaotong, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Li Lu, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Yang x Rong, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Tan Rong, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Shi Tiejun, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Wu Jie, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Zhou Li, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Wang Yuan, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Gu Jianwen, The Strategic Support Force Medical Center of PLA, Beijing, China
Received: Sep. 9, 2019;       Accepted: Oct. 14, 2019;       Published: Oct. 23, 2019
DOI: 10.11648/j.cmr.20190805.15      View  33      Downloads  11
Abstract
To analyze the characteristics and basic principles of the medical support and anesthesia for the Shenzhou eleven astronaut landing field, and to summarize the experience of the medical care and anesthesia in the main landing field of our country, and to ensure the security tasks in the special environment such as the emergency return of manned space flight. To review the reports on the medical care and anesthesia of the astronauts at landing field, and summarize the experience of the medical care and anesthesia of the Shenzhou five to the Shenzhou ten astronaut medical support landing field, and put forward a series of organizations and prepositions on the environment characteristics of the "Shenzhou eleven" in the long time and the cold weather in the main landing field of the scheduled return time. Case, equipment and effective treatment plan, and be tested in actual combat. On the basis of the original first aid, the first aid equipment was adjusted, the first aid procedure was optimized, the heat preservation heating device was added, the laryngeal mask, the anti fog visible laryngoscope and the portable ultrasonic device were introduced, and the anesthesia and medical care plan for the manned space landing field was formulated, which was the astronaut stay in the space and the cold and complicated weather conditions. The treatment and medical care provided a strong guarantee. The first aid support scheme of the Shenzhou eleven spacecraft's main landing field was improved and optimized, and it fully met the medical security task of the special environment such as the astronaut emergency return and so on in the cold weather.
Keywords
Astronaut, Anesthesia, First Aid, Medical Rescue, Medical Security
To cite this article
Liu Ji, Fang Weiwu, Jia Fukong, Song Haifeng, Lou Xiaotong, Li Lu, Yang x Rong, Tan Rong, Shi Tiejun, Wu Jie, Zhou Li, Wang Yuan, Gu Jianwen, The Anesthesia and Coping Strategies of Medical Care for Astronauts in Shenzhou Eleven Spaceship, Clinical Medicine Research. Vol. 8, No. 5, 2019, pp. 119-124. doi: 10.11648/j.cmr.20190805.15
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