Cardiovascular System


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Andrianome, S., J. Gobert, L. Hugueville, E. Stephan-Blanchard, F. Telliez, Selmaoui, B. (2017). An assessment of the autonomic nervous system in the electrohypersensitive population: a heart rate variability and skin conductance study. J Appl Physiol (1985): jap.00229.02017.

ANSES (2013). Update of the Radiofrequency electromagnetic fields and health” expert appraisal. Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail, Maisons-Alfort.

Chaturvedi, C.M., V.P. Singh, P. Singh, P. Basu, M. Singaravel, R.K. Shukla, A. Dhawan, A.K. Pati, R.K. Gangwar, Singh, S.P. (2011). 2.45 GHz (CW) microwave irradiation alters circadian organization, spatial memory, DNA structure in the brain cells and blood cell counts of male mice, Mus musculus. Progr Electromagn Res B 29: 23-42.

Chen, Q., G. Xu, L. Lang, A. Yang, S. Li, L. Yang, C. Li, H. Huang, Li, T. (2013). ECG changes in factory workers exposed to 27.2 MHz radiofrequency radiation. Bioelectromagnetics 34(4): 285-290.

Colak, C., H. Parlakpinar, N. Ermis, M.E. Tagluk, C. Colak, E. Sarihan, O. F. Dilek, B. Turan, S. Bakir, Acet, A. (2012). Effects of electromagnetic radiation from 3G mobile phone on heart rate, blood pressure and ECG parameters in rats. Toxicol Ind Health 28(7): 629-638.

El-Bediwi, A.B., M. Saad, A.F. El-kott, Eid, E. (2013). Influence of electromagnetic radiation produced by mobile phone on some biophysical blood properties in rats. Cell Biochem Biophys 65(3): 297-300.

Eris, A.H., H.S. Kiziltan, I. Meral, H. Genc, M. Trabzon, H. Seyithanoglu, B. Yagci, Uysal, O. (2015). Effect of Short-term 900 MHz low level electromagnetic radiation exposure on blood serotonin and glutamate levels. Bratisl Lek Listy 116(2): 101-103.

Gläser, K. (2017). Einfluss hochfrequenter Felder des Mobilfunks auf das blutbildende System in vitro. Diss Uni Würzburg.

Huber, R.,  V.Treyer, J. Schuderer, A. Buck, N. Kuster, H.P. Landolt, Achermann, P. (2005). Exposure to pulse-modulated radio frequency electromagnetic fields affects regional cerebral blood flow. European Journal of Neuroscience, 21: 1000-1006.

ICNIRP (2018). Draft - ICNIRP Guidelines: Guidelines for limiting exposure to time-varying electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (100 kHz to 300 GHz): Appendix B: Health Risk Assessment Literature.

Kwon, M.S., V. Vorobyev, S. Kännälä, M. Laine, J.O. Rinne, T. Toivonen, J. Johansson, M. Teräs, H. Lindholm, Alanko, T. (2011). GSM mobile phone radiation suppresses brain glucose. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 31 (12): 2293-2301.

Lu, Y.S., B.T. Huang, Huang, Y.X. (2012). Reactive oxygen species formation and apoptosis in human peripheral blood mononuclear cell induced by 900 MHz mobile phone radiation. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity 2012. Article ID 740280, 8 pages.

Meo, S.A., Al Rubeaan, K. (2013). Effects of exposure to electromagnetic field radiation (EMFR) generated by activated mobile phones on fasting blood glucose. Int J Occup Med Environ Health 26(2): 235-241.

Meral, I., Y. Tekintangac, Demir, H. (2014). Effects of 900 MHz electromagnetic field emitted by cellular phones on electrocardiograms of guinea pigs. Hum Exp Toxicol 33(2): 164-169.

Negovetic, S., Regel, S. (2011). Nichtionisierende Strahlung - Umwelt und Gesundheit. Schweizerischer Nationalfonds, Bern.

Ozgur, E., G. Kismali, G. Guler, A. Akcay, G. Ozkurt, T. Sel, Seyhan, N. (2013). Effects of prenatal and postnatal exposure to gsm-like radiofrequency on blood chemistry and oxidative stress in infant rabbits, an experimental study. Cell biochemistry and biophysics 67(2): 743-751.

Sienkiewicz, Z., J. Schüz, A.H. Poulsen, Cardis, E. (2012). Risk analysis of human exposure to electromagnetic fields. (revised). EFHRAN, European Commission. Brussels.

Sirav, B., Seyhan, N. (2011). Effects of radiofrequency radiation exposure on blood-brain barrier permeability in male and female rats. Electromagn Biol Med 30(4): 253-260.

Suresh, S., C. Sabanayagam, S. Kalidindi, Shankar, A. (2011). Cell-phone use and self-reported hypertension: national health interview survey 2008. Int J Hypertens 2011: 360415.

Vanderwaal, R.P., B. Cha, E.G. Moros, Roti Roti, J.L. (2006). HSP27 phosphorylation increases after 45 degrees C or 41 degrees C heat shocks but not after non-thermal TDMA or GSM exposures. Int J Hyperthermia 22(6): 507-519.

Volkow, N.D., D. Tomasi, G.J. Wang, P. Vaska, J.S. Fowler, F. Telang, D. Alexoff, J. Logan, Wong, C. (2011). Effects of cell phone radiofrequency signal exposure on brain glucose metabolism. Jama 305(8): 808-813.

Wolf, M., Haensse, D., Morren, G., Froehlich, J. (2006). Do GSM 900MHz signals affect cerebral blood circulation? A near-infrared spectrophotometry study, in: Optics Express, 14: 6128-6141.