53% of those taking part in short trips have developed viruses on the virus. Some of the reasons for concern, sleep disturbance and limited impact on defense cells may be part.
Photograph of the International Space Station.
Herpes is now a serious problem for NASA's astronauts. More than half of the team who usually board on space space and an international space station are affected by the disease. (Karen Uhlenbeck, first wife to win Nobel) t
The information was published by NASA itself in Frontiers in Microbiology. According to the research, although there is little increase in indicators, virus recovery rates will become more rapid as the aircraft progresses and could pose a huge health risk to events. T in the future. (Read the rare case (but not a particular phenomenon in Colombia) in relation to the baby born of his uncle) t
Why? Satish K. Mehta, from KBR Wyle, at Johnsony Speran Center, the main author of the article, provided a summary for Europa Press: "NASA astronauts will feel weeks or even months featuring microgravity and cosmic radiation, without mention." acquiring the real challenges of abstraction and rehabilitation This corporate challenge is deepened by more specialized pressures, such as social segregation, reduction and night-shift. (Colombia's bed coming together with an evidence-based remedy) t
In order to monitor the geographical impact of flight travel, Mehta and its colleagues investigated a sample of spirits, blood and urine collected from astronauts before, during and after space flights.
"During the space flight, there is an increase in the distribution of pressure hormone material such as cortisol and adrenaline, which knows that the immune system is hindered." The predecessors tend to kill and kill viruses, are less effective than traveling to space and, in some cases, up to 60 days later. "
In the middle of this forgiveness it causes pressure on viral death, remission of viruses again and again.
“So far, 47 of 89 (53%) of astronauts on short space missions, and 14 of 23 (61%) later ISS missions remove virus virus in saliva or urine samples. "The Mehta reports." These frequencies, in addition to the significantly higher rate of viral distribution than in pre-flight or post-flight samples, or from appropriate healthy controls. " t
In general, four of the eight human herpes viruses were detected. These include the species responsible for oral and genetic berries (HSV), the chicken and gravel (VZV) picket, which lives all of our lives in our nerve cells, as well as in our nerve cells. CMV and EBV, which have a permanent residence but do not have the presence of our protective cells during childhood. CMV and EBV, which are two virus types, are associated with the manufacture of different types of mononucleosis or the 'marriage illness'.
Space research can be dependent on prevention and effective treatment. So far, this viral violation has tended to symbolize. “Six astronauts only grew signals as a result of viral revival,” said Mehta. “They were all children."
But if the virus goes out after it has stopped people stopping the inhumane or diseased on Earth, like new babies.
"VZV and CMV disease were banned in body tissue to 30 days after the International Space Station returned."
In addition, as we prepare for the initiatives in deep human place over the moon and Mars, the re-billing of the herpes virus may represent the astronauts and may well contain the their links being more important.
"The size, frequency and duration of viral propagation will rise when the space plane is in space."
The development of anti-bills for viral rehabilitation is essential to the success of these enterprises in a deep place, Mehta said.
“This is a relatively low level of vaccination for spectators, but as yet it is only available against VZV, 'it cautions. • special treatment for people affected by repeated effects. viral revival ".
In his eyes, this inquiry has a large clinical relevance for patients on Earth. Our developed technologies from world lighting for rapid viral detection in spirits have already been used in clinics and hospitals around the world.