PATENT AND PUBLICATION SUMMARY
Marty Pecaric, PhD
Owner and Lead Consultant

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Buick F, Pecaric M. "STING" programme - preliminary analysis of PBG schedule study. DCIEM Technical Memorandum (HPSD 93/18), November 1993.

Jackson M, Pecaric M, Celotto P, Buick F, Maloan J. Evaluation of a prototype computer controlled-life support system interface for acceleration research. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1993;64:462.

Buick F, Maloan J, Welch V, Pecaric M, Wood E. Ear opacity: Indicator of circulatory changes at head level for objective measurements of unprotected and protected human +Gz tolerance. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1993;64:461.

Pecaric M, Buick F, Maloan J. PBG Schedules and +Gz-Intensity Tolerance: I. GOR Profiles and Effects of PBG Slope and Maximum Mask Pressure. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1993;64:449.

Maloan J, Pecaric M, Buick F. PBG Schedules and +Gz-Intensity Tolerance: II. ROR Profiles and Effects of PBG Onset, Slope, and Maximum Pressure. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1993;64:450.

Buick F, Maloan J, Welch V, Pecaric M, Wood E. Ear opacity: Indicator of circulatory changes at head level for objective measurements of unprotected and protected human +Gz tolerance. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1993;64:461.

Pecaric M, Buick F, Maloan J. Computer control of an electro-mechanical breathing regulator for providing positive pressure breathing and an electronic G-valve for human +Gz research. Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine, Downsview, Ontario. DCIEM Report 93-05, January 1993.

Buick F, Hartley J, Pecaric M. Maximum intra-thoracic pressure with PBG and AGSM. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1992; 63:670-7.

Pecaric M, Buick F. Determination of a pressure breathing schedule for improving relaxed +Gz tolerance. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1992;63:572-8.

Sullivan PJ, Thirsk R, Goodman L, Ackles K, Pecaric M, Bondar R, Kassam MS, Aaslid R, Dunphy PT, Stein F. Evaluation of an experimental antigravity suit for astronauts. Proceedings, Seventh Conference on Astronautics, Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, Ottawa, ON. 1992; 54-58.

Pecaric M, Buick F. Different PBG levels and +Gz-intensity tolerance. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 1991; 62:448.

Buick F, Hartley J, Pecaric M. Maximum intra-thoracic pressure with PBG and AGSM. AGARD Aerospace Medical Panel Symposium: High Altitude and High Acceleration Protection for Military Aircrew, Pensacola, Florida, April 1991.

Buick F, Hartley J, Pecaric M. Maximum intra-thoracic pressure with PBG and AGSM. In: High altitude and high acceleration protection for military aircrew. Neuilly-sur-Seine, France: North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and Development; AGARD Conference Proceedings No. CP 516,7-1 to 7-9, 1991.

Buick F, Pecaric M. PBG level and relaxed +Gz tolerance: early results of a preliminary investigation. DCIEM No. 3752A-P51C2, October, 1989.

Doctoral Dissertation
Pecaric M. Factors Influencing the Cardiovascular Response to +Gz: Implications on the Design of Life Support Systems for Acceleration Protection. ©Copyright 2003 by Contrail Consulting Services.

Masters Dissertation
Pecaric M. +Gz Tolerance and Different Levels of Pressure Breathing. York University, 1991.

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