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To investigate whether exposure to the radiofrequency field of a mobile phone influences cardiac parameters in an electrocardiogram (ECG) in healthy volunteers.
In total, 100 volunteers were examined under three conditions: First, ECG was recorded without a mobile phone (baseline), then mobile phone was in standby mode and finally mobile phone was "ringing" (incoming call, but absolutely soundless and without vibration).
ばく露時間: not given
|ばく露装置の詳細||test persons in supine position; mobile phone was placed in the left anterior chest wall ("heart region"); mobile phone was in silent mode without vibration|
No parameters are specified for this exposure.
No significant differences were observed when mobile phone was in standby mode or during an incoming call in comparison to the baseline.
The authors conclude that the mobile phone has no effect on cardiac parameters in healthy volunteers.