publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018

Effect of acute exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields emitted by a mobile phone (GSM 900 MHz) on electrodermal responsiveness in healthy human

Brahim Selmaoui;
  • Published: 28 Sep 2018
Abstract
Purpose : The present study aimed to determine the effect of acute exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by a mobile phone on electrodermal activity (EDA) in response to an auditory stimulus. Materials and methods : The EDA of 28 young volunteers was recorded following 26 min of exposure to a GSM mobile phone (900 MHz). Palmar sensors enabled repeat recording of 2 min 45 s in the pre-exposure, exposure and post-exposure phases in response to sound stimuli. Results : The latency, amplitude of skin conductance responses (SCRs), integral of skin conductance response and number of SCRs in response to the auditory stimuli were not modified by exposure. Ski...
Subjects
free text keywords: Radiological and Ultrasound Technology, Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging, Auditory stimuli, Mobile phone, GSM, Latency (engineering), Tonic (music), Electromagnetic field, GSM frequency bands, Molecular biology, Biology, Skin conductance, Audiology, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, ELECTRODERMAL ACTIVITY, GALVANIC SKIN RESPONSE, SKIN CONDUCTANCE RESPONSE, [ SDV.TOX ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Toxicology
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