Effect of mobile phone radiation on heart rate variability
Published in: Comput Biol Med 2008; 38 (6): 709-712
Aim of study (acc. to author)
healthy males were studied. ECG was recorded for 30 minutes under three conditions with 30 minutes break in between: 1) subject without mobile phone, 2) mobile phone kept in shirt's left pocket (close to the heart) and 3) mobile phone held close to the left ear. During the recording, subjects were sitting and listening to nonexciting music. Endpoint
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