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Archives of Blood Transfusion & Disorders

Effects of Mobile Phone-Derived Electromagnetic Fields on Some Thrombocytopoiesis Parameters in Experimental Animals

  • Open or Close Valery Pogorelov M*

    Department of industrial and clinical transfusion, Russia

    *Corresponding author: Valery M Pogorelov, Department of industrial and clinical transfusion, Moscow, Russia

Submission: November 29, 2018; Published: December 06, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/ABTD.2018.01.000522

ISSN: 2578-0239
Volume1 Issue5

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The electromagnetic radiation radiotelephone, as other sources of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) may have a deleterious effect on human health. In this regard, the effects of EMFs in humans and animals need to be examined as in the clinic and in the experiment. Curcio [1] have been reviewed and discussed the most relevant studies on regarding effects of mobile phone-derived EMFs on human cognition [1]. This mini review allows to conclude that there is a substantial lack of evidence about a negative influence of non-ionizing radiations on attention functioning. Nonetheless, published literature is very heterogeneous under the point of view of methodology (type of signal, exposure time, blinding), dosimetry (accurate evaluation of specific absorption rate or emitted power), and statistical analyses, making arduous a conclusive generalization to everyday life.

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