3 edition of Electromagnetic fields and cancer found in the catalog.
Electromagnetic fields and cancer
by Cancer Registry of Norway, Institute for Epidemiological Cancer Research : Institute of General Practice and Community Medicine, The Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo in Oslo
Written in English
|LC Classifications||RC268.7.E43 T86 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Electromagnetic fields, cell membrance amplification, and cancer promotion / W. Ross Adey --Ion cyclotron resonance effects of ELF fields in biological systems / Abraham R. Liboff, Bruce R. McLeod, and Stephen D. Smith --Biological interactions and human health effects of extremely low frequency magnetic fields / Thomas S. Tenforde --The. 1. Introduction. The first indication that extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields (EMFs) coming from power lines and electricity could result in human disease was the report by Wertheimer and Leeper () who found elevations in rates of childhood cancer in children living in homes in Denver, Colorado that were close to power lines which were presumed, based on a variety .
Guénel P, Raskmark P, Andersen JB, Lynge E. Incidence of cancer in persons with occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields in Denmark. Br J Ind Med. Aug; 50 (8)– [PMC free article] Fear NT, Roman E, Carpenter LM, Newton R, Bull D. Cancer in electrical workers: an analysis of cancer registrations in England, Get this from a library! Electromagnetic fields and cancer: a review of relevant cellular studies. [N A Cridland; Great Britain. National Radiological Protection Board.].
Electromagnetic fields and breast cancer risk This summary table contains detailed information about research studies. Summary tables are a useful way to look at the science behind many breast cancer guidelines and recommendations. However, to get the most out of the tables, it’s important to understand some key concepts. Electromagnetic field exposure has also been associated with the risk of breast cancer, mainly in men. Epidemiological studies have shown that in industrialized countries, where the electromagnetic field-generating devices are in use on a large scale, breast cancer risk is higher.
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Armstrong B, Thériault G, Guénel P, et al. Association between exposure to pulsed electromagnetic fields and cancer in electric utility workers in Quebec, Canada, and France. American Journal of Epidemiology ; (9) Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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Extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and cancer: How source of funding affects results Environ Res. Nov; doi: /j When one allows for bias reflected in source of funding, the evidence that magnetic fields increase risk of cancer is neither inconsistent nor inconclusive.
Furthermore adults are also at risk Cited by: 4. Metals such as iron, zinc, manganese and cobalt are sensitive to electromagnetic fields that may exert their effects on proteins and cellular components containing these metallic elements.
Characteristics. The idea that exposure to power‐frequency electric and magnetic fields (commonly termed “electromagnetic fields” or EMF) might contribute to human cancer causation has been under close study for nearly two decades. This book is amazing piece of work with page bibliography of doctors and scientists to back up there claims.
This book is the real deal. You want to have that ah ha moment and realize that electricity is responsible for the majority of health ailments and you are just not being told the s: “With the development of utility electricity for the masses in the 's, very few people realize that a new era of sickness and disease was unleashed that are collectively called radiation sickness.”.
This book first provides a short introduction to the anatomy and physiology of excitable tissues, and then introduces the theory and associated equations of bioelectric and biomagnetic phenomena; this theory underlies all practical methods.
Generating, transmitting, distributing, and using electricity all expose people to ELF radiation. Some sources include power lines, household wiring, and anything using electricity.
Learn what we. Electromagnetic fields and cancer. Despite many studies, the evidence for any effect remains highly controversial. However, it is clear that if electromagnetic fields do have an effect on cancer, then any increase in risk will be extremely small. The Great Power-Line Cover-Up: How the Utilities and the Government Are Trying to Hide the Cancer Hazard Posed by Electromagnetic Fields: Brodeur, Paul: : s: 7.
Magnetic field exposure causes childhood leukemia in government-funded studies. • Magnetic field exposure does not cause childhood leukemia in industry-funded studies.
• Magnetic field exposure increases risk of adult leukemia, brain and breast cancer. • Steps should be taken to reduce human exposure to elevated magnetic fields. William Bennett. Recent articles in the press have explored a possible link between cancer and such familiar sources of electromagnetic fields as power-distribution lines or electronic appliances.
In this book a distinguished physicist evaluates the properties of low-frequency electromagnetic fields and their interactions with the human body and concludes that the health risks from these interactions. Book Description. Through a biophysical approach, Electromagnetic Fields in Biology and Medicine provides state-of-the-art knowledge on both the biological and therapeutic effects of Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs).
The reader is guided through explanations of general problems related to the benefits and hazards of EMFs, step-by-step engineering processes, and basic results obtained. EMF (electromagnetic field) exposure is unavoidable.
Given our frequent contact with wave-emitting devices in the home, you may wonder whether EMFs. Book Description. Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields for Clinical Applications presents the historical development, the state of art, and the future of the application of pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs) for the treatment of various medical problems, including initiating various healing processes from delayed fractures and pain relief to multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.
Through a biophysical approach, Electromagnetic Fields in Biology and Medicine provides state-of-the-art knowledge on both the biological and therapeutic effects of Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs).The reader is guided through explanations of general problems related to the benefits and hazards of EMFs, step-by-step engineering processes, and basic results obtained from laboratory and clinical Reviews: 2.
( views) Electromagnetic Field Theory by Bo Thidé - Upsilon Books, Textbook on the theory of electrodynamics for advanced undergraduate or graduate students, and research workers.
It is written from a classical field theoretical point of view, emphasising fundamental properties of the EM field. Meta-analysis of extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields and cancer risk: a pooled analysis of epidemiologic studies.
Zhang Y(1), Lai J(2), Ruan G(2), Chen C(3), Wang DW(2). Author information: (1)High Voltage Research Institute, China Electric Power Research Institute, Wuhan, People's Republic of. The study of electromagnetic field theory is required for proper understanding of every device wherein electricity is used for operation.
The proposed textbook on electromagnetic fields covers all the generic and unconventional topics including electrostatic boundary value problems involving two- and three-dimensional Laplacian fields and one- and two- dimensional Poissonion fields.Cancer was first associated with exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) in when Wertheimer and Leeper reported that children dying from cancer resided more often in homes believed to be exposed to higher EMF than did healthy control children.
The risks were as high as () (1 .Pulsed electromagnetic fields therapy is a device with a battery placed over dressings around the surgical site and creates small areas of magnetization without heat or sensation. A pectoral interfascial block is an injection of a long-lasting pain control medication called bupivacaine or ropivacaine into the area being operated on for pain.