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    1. 本文发表于2011年2月9日


      在1986年1月12日的黎明,肯尼迪航天中心,39A发射台,哥伦比亚号航天飞机发射升空,它携带了一个特殊版本的顺泰医疗 accutracker II动态血压监测装置。当哥伦比亚号在太空经历了98圈轨道飞行后成功降落在爱德华兹空军基地,它可能标志着使命STS-61C结束,但这只是顺泰医疗进军太空研究的开始。

      在1986年1月,1999年7月,顺泰医疗Accutracker II动态血压监测装置伴随68号航天飞机执行了飞行任务;在1995年的115天的时间里,在对俄罗斯和平号空间站作为联合和平号航天飞机科学计划的一部分,该设备提供了超过12个不同的生物医学实验的血压读数,提供给NASA研究人员进行研究,然后用于在医学界发表了无数的研究报告。虽然我们没有能够详细统计出Aaccutracker II ABPM设备伴随NASA的太空飞船飞行了多少的距离,但人们普遍认为STS-61C飞船覆盖超过250万英里。我们想说,顺泰医疗的动态血压监测技术是目前世界上最成熟的和安全的。

      1999年7月STS-93号飞船是Accutracker II 动态血压设备的最后飞行,但这并不标志着顺泰血压技术太空测试的结束。欧洲航天局的载人航天研究中心和丹麦医学中心合作(damec)开发的一种便携式肺功能系统装置(PPFS)。PPFS是专为国际空间站上的生物医学研究中的应用,并采用了顺泰医疗最新的无创血压技术。2009年10月起PPFS已投入国际空间站太空生物医学研究使用。



      Traditionally, we try not to engage in excessive self-promotion on the SunTech Blog. But last month marked the 24th anniversary of SunTech’s first journey into space, and we’d like to let our readers know about this important and interesting chapter in our history. In the pre-dawn darkness of January 12, 1986, the space shuttle Columbia blasted off from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center, carrying with it a special version of the SunTech Accutracker II ABPM device. When Columbia landed successfully at Edwards Air Force base after 98 orbits, it may have marked the end of mission STS-61C, but it was just the beginning of SunTech’s foray into space-based research.

      Between January, 1986 and July, 1999, the Accutracker II flew on 68 shuttle missions and even did a 115-day stint on Russia’s Mir space station as part of the joint Shuttle-Mir science program in 1995. The devices provided blood pressure readings for over a dozen different biomedical experiments, which ground-based researchers then used to publish a myriad of studies within the medical community. While I haven’t done the math on how many miles NASA’s fleet of Accutracker II ABPM devices racked up during that time, consider that STS-61C alone covered over 2.5 million miles. I think it’s safe to say that SunTech’s ABPM technology is by far the most well-traveled and well-proven of any in the world.

      But the final flight of the Accutracker II on STS-93 in July, 1999 didn’t mark the end of SunTech’s experience in space. The European Space Agency’s Human Spaceflight Research Centre developed a device called the Portable Pulmonary Function System (PPFS) in cooperation with the Danish Medical Centre of Research (DAMEC). The PPFS is designed for biomedical research applications on the International Space Station, and uses SunTech’s latest non-invasive blood pressure technology. The PPFS was launched to the ISS in October of 2009 and has been used for space-based biomedical research ever since.

      So the future of SunTech in space looks bright. We’re obviously proud that SunTech’s blood pressure technology is trusted by NASA and ESA for the rigors of spaceflight, and we look forward to what the future holds for us. Might SunTech NIBP technology eventually reach the Moon or Mars? In the meantime, even though the final space shuttle flight will occur this year, the ISS is currently planned to remain in operation until 2020. Who knows how many miles SunTech’s NIBP technology will rack up by then?

      Photo Credit: Copyright 1991:NASA Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC);  Title: STS-43 crewmembers conduct DSO 478 using LBNP device on OV-104's middeck

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