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Medical Operations

The Space Medicine Division mission is to optimize the health, fitness, and well being of flight crews.

Astronaut medical data are collected per requirements detailed in the + Medical Requirements Integration Documents (MRID’s).
Data collected during these medical tests are generally housed in the Lifetime Surveillance of Astronaut Health (LSAH) repository. These test protocols are divided
into areas as shown below. Each MRID will give an indication of the type of testing performed as well as the frequency of such tests.


Click on an category image for relevant MRID information:
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All Medical Requirements Therapeutics and Clinical Care Neurological Function Environmental Health EVA Nutrition Radiation Infectious Disease and Immunology Cardiovascular Bone, Muscle, Exercise Behavior, Health and Performance

Note: The Medical Requirements Integration Documents (MRIDs) reflect the Medical Requirements documented in the Astronaut Medical Evaluation
Requirements Document (AMERD), JSC 24834, the ISS Medical Operations Requirements Document (ISS MORD), SSP 50260, and the Shuttle
Medical Operations Requirements Document (MORD) JSC 13956.

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Data can be requested from this repository: Request Form+ Request Data
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Last Updated: 12/13/2016 - v10.0.67
Curators:  Abul A. Chowdhury
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