Weightlessness Associated Cephalad Fluid Shifts; The Potential to Evaluate Venous and Lymphatic Dysfunction

Weightlessness Associated Cephalad Fluid Shifts; The Potential to Evaluate Venous and Lymphatic Dysfunction

Conditions: Fluid Retention Tissue; Perfusion; Complications
Interventions: Other: Manual Lymphatic Drainage; Device: Near infrared spectroscopy; Device: Temperature; Device: Tissue Dialectic Constant
Sponsors: Nova Southeastern University
Completed

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