Space Flight Biomedical Deterioration Prevention & Correction Using Biophotonic Technology: From Postural Deficiency Syndrome to Space Adaptation Syndrome 2005-01-2762
This paper correlates ten years of selected clinical data, taken from patients suffering from PDS related acute and chronic post-traumatic medical conditions, to that of impacts on human neurophysiology found under typical Space mission constraints. Specifically, this paper focuses on the strong correlation between unmitigated symptoms associated with Space Adaptation Syndrome (SAS) and symptoms associated with Postural Deficiency Syndrome (PDS) that have been mitigated with biophotonic technology. This data provides strong evidence that biophotonic technology poses as a significant candidate for biomedical treatment and monitoring of astronauts in Space.
Citation: Souvestre, P. and Landrock, C., "Space Flight Biomedical Deterioration Prevention & Correction Using Biophotonic Technology: From Postural Deficiency Syndrome to Space Adaptation Syndrome," SAE Technical Paper 2005-01-2762, 2005, https://doi.org/10.4271/2005-01-2762. Download Citation
Philippe Souvestre, Clinton Landrock
NeuroKinetics Health Services (B.C.) Inc
International Conference On Environmental Systems
SAE 2005 Transactions Journal of Aerospace-V114-1