||Biomedical Instrumentation and Bioengineering
||Bioinstrumentation and equipment to monitor man in the operation of man machine systems; Biotelemetry including biotelemetry transducer and transmitter equipment; Use of body potentials as intrinsic power supplies. Includes equipment for monitoring and processing biomedical information from closed cycle ecological systems. For nonbiomedical telemetry, See 25/01, Telemetry. See also, 23/05, Life Support Systems, 06/12, Medical Facilities, Equipment and Supplies, and 23/02, Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems.
||Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems
||Application of human factors to the design of equipment; Habitability of work and living space; Ergonomics; Interaction of man and equipment in terms of subsystem and system performance requirements and evaluation.
||Study of biological processes in order to develop engineering systems. See also, 12/09, Cybernetics.
||Clothing or equipment providing protection against such environmental elements as heat, cold, noise and machinery. For equipment providing protection against CBR agents, See 15/06/03, Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare. For armor, See 19/04, Armor. For equipment and techniques for sustaining life in adverse environments such as space and underwater, See 23/05, Life Support Systems. See also 13/12, Safety Engineering. For electromagnetic shielding to protect electronic equipment, See 09/07, Electromagnetic Shielding.
||Life Support Systems
||Equipment and techniques for sustaining life in adverse environments, such as space and underwater; Systems which provide, as a minimum, respiratory support; Closed ecological systems including space suits, diving gear, oxygen masks, breathing apparatus. For equipment providing protection against CBR agents, See 15/06/03, Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare. For equipment providing protection against such environmental elements as heat, cold, noise and machinery, See 23/04, Protective Equipment.
||Escape, Rescue and Survival
||Equipment and techniques for escape and rescue from disabled aircraft, ships, submarines, spacecraft and ground vehicles. Includes rescue signals, flotation devices and survival kits. For fire extinguishing techniques, See 13/12, Safety Engineering. For forest fire fighting techniques, See 02/06, Forestry. For natural disaster planning and operations, See 15/02, Civil Defense.