Reducing incapacitating symptoms during space flight: is postural deficiency syndrome an applicable model?

@article{Souvestre2008ReducingIS,
  title={Reducing incapacitating symptoms during space flight: is postural deficiency syndrome an applicable model?},
  author={Philippe A. Souvestre and Clinton K. Landrock and Andrew P. Blaber},
  journal={Hippokratia},
  year={2008},
  volume={12 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          41-8
        }
}
Severe and prolonged unmitigated SAS and SMS related symptoms have been thoroughly described in Astronauts during adaptation periods for orbital flight and post orbital flight. It has recently been shown that there is a strong correlation between these symptoms most often suffered by astronauts to that of the symptoms of patients suffering from Postural Deficiency Syndrome (PDS) on Earth that have been successfully assessed, diagnosed and treated. International peer-reviewed literature… CONTINUE READING

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