Health implications of exposure to radiofrequency/microwave energies.

@article{Michaelson1982HealthIO,
  title={Health implications of exposure to radiofrequency/microwave energies.},
  author={S. Michaelson},
  journal={British journal of industrial medicine},
  year={1982},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={105-19}
}
  • S. Michaelson
  • Published 1982 in British journal of industrial medicine
The rapid development of and the increase in the number and variety of devices that emit microwave/radiofrequency (MW/RF) energies has resulted in a growing interest regarding the potential effects on health of these energies. The frequency ranges considered in this review are: 300 kHz to 300 MHz (radiofrequency) and 300 MHz to 300 GHz (microwaves). Investigations have shown that exposure to certain power densities for several minutes or hours can result in pathophysiological manifestations in… CONTINUE READING

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