Autonomic Nervous System Disorder Due to Exposure RF Jamming

  title={Autonomic Nervous System Disorder Due to Exposure RF Jamming},
  author={Ibrahim T Ibrahim and Suad M Al-Deen and Ajial S Hassan},
  journal={Dwight's Journal of Music},
Background: The study of Heart rate is very important the body heart is directly related to heart rate ,the autonomic cardiovascular examination provides necessary information about function of the autonomic nervous system as well functional capacities of effectors heart and vessels and other associated part with radiation . Objective: To study the effect of jammer on autonomic nervous system as measured by heart rate. Patients and Methods: Heart rates of 10 males (age 21-51 years), and 10… 



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