NASA Space Technology Reports: Astronaut Health and Medical Issues, Long-Duration Mission Countermeasures, Cancer, Mental Health, Dental, Injuries and Illness, Training, Carbon Dioxide

NASA Space Technology Reports: Astronaut Health and Medical Issues, Long-Duration Mission Countermeasures, Cancer, Mental Health, Dental, Injuries and Illness, Training, Carbon Dioxide

Twelve NASA research papers provide unique and up-to-date information about space medicine issues that face astronauts on long-duration missions.

Part 1: Performance Data Report – Space Medicine Division Human Research Program
Part 2: Perspectives on Asthenia in Astronauts and Cosmonauts: Review of the International Research Literature
Part 3: Probability of Causation for Space Radiation Carcinogenesis following International Space Station, Near Earth Asteroid, and Mars Missions
Part 4: Evaluating Shielding Approaches to Reduce Space Radiation Cancer Risks
Part 5: Anaphylaxis, Intra-abdominal Infections, Skin Lacerations, and Behavioral Emergencies: A Literature Review of Austere Analogs for a Near Earth Asteroid Mission
Part 6: Telemedicine Workshop Summary Report
Part 7: Countermeasures to Mitigate the Negative Impact of Sensory Deprivation and Social Isolation in Long-Duration Space Flight
Part 8: Dental Working Group Meeting Summary Report
Part 9: Review of Spaceflight Dental Emergencies
Part 10: Disinfection of Medical Equipment for Exploration Missions: An Assessment of Necessity and Modalities
Part 11: Impact of Medical Training Level on Medical Autonomy for Long-Duration Space Flight
Part 12: Chronic Exposure to Moderately Elevated CO2 during Long-Duration Space Flight

NASA Space Technology Reports: Astronaut Health and Medical Issues, Long-Duration Mission Countermeasures, Cancer, Mental Health, Dental, Injuries and Illness, Training, Carbon Dioxide

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