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Experience in expert health prognoses of the salyut 4 spacecraft crew

, : Experience in expert health prognoses of the salyut 4 spacecraft crew. Kosmicheskaya Biologiya i Aviakosmicheskaya Meditsina 12(3): 84-87

An expert evaluation of possible states and diseases in cosmonauts during long spaceflights was presented. Specialists on cosmic medicine established a chart of the most likely pathologies and physical states (physical detraining, orthostatic instability, general asthenia, heart damage, damage to general work capability, vestibular damage, damage of water-salt exchange, psychotic reactions, acute convulsions, acute respiratory diseases, allergic diseases and infectious diseases) and evaluated their likelihood of development in relation to length of flight. The health of the cosmonauts was evaluated after the 63 day long spaceflight. According to post-flight medical data, the expert prognosis was effective and accurate.

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