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Bone health in ISS

Posted by: astronautdoc-1 - Sun Aug 24, 2014 2:41 pm
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Post Bone health in ISS   Posted on: Sun Aug 24, 2014 2:41 pm
There is an evident bone and muscle waste at ISS,bone essentially require a process of mineralization,demineralisation and remineralisation so must be exposed to sun for the sake of vitamin D and also the supplement of bis phosphates and calcium phosphate will replace the loss at microgravity.Physical exercises will weigh the matter and increase the positivity of bone and muscle associated for atleast (6) six months at border line of blood and bone.

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