APOLLONOV Alexey Pavlovich

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APOLLONOV Alexey Pavlovich

APOLLONOV Alexey Pavlovich (1893 — 1954) — the Soviet aviation doctor, the colonel of medical service.

In 1917 ended medical f-t Kharkiv un-that. In 1917 — 1918 served as the doctor by the ships of the operating Baltic Fleet. From 1918 to 1921 — the doctor of the headquarters of protection of the water district of Kronstadt. From 1921 to 1922 — the flagman doctor of air forces of the Black Sea Fleet.

From 1923 to 1926 — the Art. the doctor of the cruiser «Aurora» and the battle ship «Marat». Then after biennial improvement in Army medical college worked as Voyennosanitarny's doctor-laboratory assistant in-that RKKA. From 1936 to 1943 — the leading expert on development of physiological standards for oxygen ensuring high-rise flights in Ying-those an air medicine of I. P. Pavlov.

In 1943 — 1947 — the specialist doctor of the Central aviation hospital.

Since 1947 until the end of life — the Art. the research associate Ying-that an air medicine of the Air Force of the Soviet Army.

A. P. Apollonov is an author 62 scientific research most of which part of results formed the basis of instructions, manuals and provisions. The leading direction of its works — development of physiological standards for the oxygen and respiratory equipment arriving on providing the Air Force of the country. He actively participated in drawing up the medical section of manual on high-rise flights and training of aircrew for them. A number of its works is published in collections of works Ying-that an air medicine, Military and Sanitary Business magazine and «Physiological magazine of the USSR of I. M. Sechenov», in manuals for doctors and staff of the Air Force of the Soviet Army and Navy.

A. P. Apollonov is awarded by the Order of Lenin, awards of the Red Banner, the Red Star, «the Sign of Honour» and many medals.


Works: Sanitary ensuring flight of a stratosphere balloon of USSR, M., 1934 (sovm, with other); Bases of an air medicine, M. — L., 1939; The Air medicine, M. — L., 1941; The Short course of aviation hygiene, M., 1941 (sovm, with other).

A. P. Popov.

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