Telehygiene system for preventive chronopharmacology in space and remote areas on earth

F. Halberg, G. Cornelissen, Y. Kumagai, C. Bingham, J. Saito, K. Tamura, K. Otsuka, T. Breus, S. Rapoport, F. Komarov, R. Zaslavskaya, F. Del Pozo, M. J. Rodriguez, M. T. Arredondo, E. Gomez, A. Portela, A. Ebihara, E. Haus, F. Halberg

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A chronobiologic computerized modular health care (telehygiene) system for humans in extraterrestrial space 1) monitors and analyzes physiologic blood pressure, heart rate and other variation, including that in tumor markers; 2) recognizes earliest risk elevation by dynamic changes in the 'usual value' range (trend and rhythm alteration); 3) prompts timely and timed treatment for cardiovascular and emotional disease and malignancy prevention, and 4) serves for health improvement; the information from the system can also help optimize shift-work schedules for peak performance and provides endpoints of interest in basic science. The system exploits the chronome, a genetically anchored, habitat-synchronized structure of multifrequency rhythms and trends which is now documented (by longitudinal data series) to respond to magnetic disturbance in the solar system, with consequences expressed in catastrophic illness that is best prevented. Such a system, rated by peers as being of highest priority, could complement classical tools such as the stethoscope, proposed by the U.S. Johnson Space Center representative for use on the moon.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)33-43
Number of pages11
JournalChronobiologia
Volume21
Issue number1-2
StatePublished - Jan 1 1994

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Catastrophic Illness
Stethoscopes
Solar System
Tumor Biomarkers
Information Systems
Ecosystem
Appointments and Schedules
Cardiovascular Diseases
Heart Rate
Blood Pressure
Delivery of Health Care
Health
Neoplasms

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Halberg, F., Cornelissen, G., Kumagai, Y., Bingham, C., Saito, J., Tamura, K., ... Halberg, F. (1994). Telehygiene system for preventive chronopharmacology in space and remote areas on earth. Chronobiologia, 21(1-2), 33-43.

Telehygiene system for preventive chronopharmacology in space and remote areas on earth. / Halberg, F.; Cornelissen, G.; Kumagai, Y.; Bingham, C.; Saito, J.; Tamura, K.; Otsuka, K.; Breus, T.; Rapoport, S.; Komarov, F.; Zaslavskaya, R.; Del Pozo, F.; Rodriguez, M. J.; Arredondo, M. T.; Gomez, E.; Portela, A.; Ebihara, A.; Haus, E.; Halberg, F.

In: Chronobiologia, Vol. 21, No. 1-2, 01.01.1994, p. 33-43.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Halberg, F, Cornelissen, G, Kumagai, Y, Bingham, C, Saito, J, Tamura, K, Otsuka, K, Breus, T, Rapoport, S, Komarov, F, Zaslavskaya, R, Del Pozo, F, Rodriguez, MJ, Arredondo, MT, Gomez, E, Portela, A, Ebihara, A, Haus, E & Halberg, F 1994, 'Telehygiene system for preventive chronopharmacology in space and remote areas on earth', Chronobiologia, vol. 21, no. 1-2, pp. 33-43.
Halberg F, Cornelissen G, Kumagai Y, Bingham C, Saito J, Tamura K et al. Telehygiene system for preventive chronopharmacology in space and remote areas on earth. Chronobiologia. 1994 Jan 1;21(1-2):33-43.
Halberg, F. ; Cornelissen, G. ; Kumagai, Y. ; Bingham, C. ; Saito, J. ; Tamura, K. ; Otsuka, K. ; Breus, T. ; Rapoport, S. ; Komarov, F. ; Zaslavskaya, R. ; Del Pozo, F. ; Rodriguez, M. J. ; Arredondo, M. T. ; Gomez, E. ; Portela, A. ; Ebihara, A. ; Haus, E. ; Halberg, F. / Telehygiene system for preventive chronopharmacology in space and remote areas on earth. In: Chronobiologia. 1994 ; Vol. 21, No. 1-2. pp. 33-43.
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