A study on haematological and physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation from global system of communication

@article{Imran2020ASO,
  title={A study on haematological and physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation from global system of communication},
  author={Mohd Imran and Kujur Shweta and Aryan Singh and M A Hassan},
  journal={Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology},
  year={2020}
}
Aim: To study the effects of exposure to electromagnetic radiations from cell phone on Humans. Materials and Methods: A prospective cross-sectional study was conducted in a secluded room of the Central Laboratory of the Medical College where use of electronic devises is prohibited. The study was conducted on 25 healthy male subjects and 25 health female subjects in the age range of 18–25 years of age. In post night fasting state, the study subjects were isolated in the secluded room for 3 hours… 

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A study on haematological and physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation from global system of communication

The study has shown that even a limited exposure to EMR in recommended strengths can cause significant changes in haematological parameters and conduction velocity of nerve.

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A study on haematological and physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation from global system of communication

The study has shown that even a limited exposure to EMR in recommended strengths can cause significant changes in haematological parameters and conduction velocity of nerve.