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Master Thesis

Prise de médicament et voyage spatial

Abstract : When Human travel in space, because of the reduction of gravity, his body must adapt to survive into this new environment. For this, the body made short term changes like decrease in blood volume but also long term changes like loss of muscle and bone mass. All of these changes define what one might call "the human space physiology". As a result of these changes, many metabolic pathways are affected, including that of drugs. It is therefore necessary to study variations of pharmacokinetics in space to establish intake plans adapted to life in microgravity, making it possible to secure taking drug in space. On either side, conservation of drugs is a major state in the space conquest. Being also subjected to this new environment and therefore exposed to solar radiation, drugs deteriorate more quickly.
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Baptiste Jannes. Prise de médicament et voyage spatial. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03552653⟩

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