Exposure duration: 30 min
|magnetic flux density||50 µT||unspecified||estimated||-||geomagnetic field at the laboratory|
|magnetic flux density||500 µT||peak value||measured||-||to 4.0 mT; in the head|
|magnetic flux density||1 mT||peak value||measured||-||to 4.0 mT; in the throat|
|magnetic flux density||1 mT||maximum||measured||-||in the ear lobe|
|magnetic flux density||5 mT||peak value||measured||-||to 5.5 mT; in the trunk|
Without treatment of pharmacological agents, no statistically significant differences in the hemodynamics and blood pressure changes were observed between sham and static magnetic field (SMF) exposure.
Under pharmacologically induced hypertensive conditions, SMF exposure leads to significantly attenuated vasoconstriction and suppressed elevation of blood pressure.
No statistically significant changes in the vasoactive substances were found.