IOAN GABRIEL SANDU, VIORICA VASILACHE, ANDREI VICTOR SANDU, MARIN CHIRAZI, CEZAR HONCERIU, RADU CRISAN DABIJA, ALINA VLADESCU, COSMIN MIHAI COTRUT, ION SANDU THE ROLE OF SALINE AEROSOLS IN THE PREVENTION AND THERAPY OF CARDIO-RESPIRATORY AND OSTEO-MUSCULAR AFFLICTIONS The saline aerosols generated in gaseous media, as nanodispersions, behave, with respect to the concentration levels and the lifespan, as trimodal distributions (the three domains with Gaussian distributions: fine or Aitken under 50 ìm, medium between 50 and 500 mm and, respectively, coarse or large between 500 and 1000 mm). The generation in latent state is dependent on the active surface of the source (number of generator centres, the size and position of the fluorescences, the porosity, size and shape of the source, etc.), the climatic parameters, but also on a series of other characteristics of the gaseous medium. Our team has demonstrated experimentally that saline aerosols, NaCl type, besides the ability to prevent and treat broncho-respiratory and cardiac conditions, through coassistance of saline aerosols of other cations than sodium, and of the iodine anion, have for certain levels of concentrations propitious effects over the immune, bone and muscular systems. Similarly proved has been the positive influence on the development of children, as well the determinant role in increasing athletic performance and of other human subjects performing intense activities.
Keywords: solion, halochamber, microclimatic parameters, biometric characteristics, cardio-respiratory and osteo-muscular systems