Corpus ID: 28980319

THE MICROWAVE SYNDROME – FURTHER ASPECTS OF A SPANISH STUDY

@inproceedings{Oberfeld2004THEMS,
  title={THE MICROWAVE SYNDROME – FURTHER ASPECTS OF A SPANISH STUDY},
  author={G. Oberfeld and Navarro A. Enrique and P. Manuel and Maestu Ceferino and Gomez-Perretta Claudio},
  year={2004}
}
A health survey was carried out in La Ñora, Murcia, Spain, in the vicinity of two GSM 900/1800 MHz cellular phone base stations. The E-field (~ 400 MHz – 3 GHz) measured in the bedroom was divided in tertiles (0.02 – 0.04 / 0.05 – 0.22 / 0.25 – 1.29 V/m). Spectrum analysis revealed the main contribution and variation for the Efield from the GSM base station. The adjusted (sex, age, distance) logistic regression model showed statistically significant positive exposure-response associations… Expand

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