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Bioinstrumentation System
Hardware Type
Measurement Devices, Cardiovascular
Measurement Devices, Physiologic
Measurement Devices, Pulmonary

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The Bioinstrumentation System is a harness device worn by astronauts to measure basic physiological responses to space flight. The primary parameters measured are heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, and body temperature.

Versions of this Hardware
+ As Flown on the Mercury Missions
+ As Configured for the Gemini Missions
+ As Configured for the Apollo Missions
+ As Flown on the ASTP Mission
+ As Configured for the Skylab Mission