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The Influence of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation on the Platelet Aggregation    
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The Influence of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation on the Platelet Aggregation
donderdag, 04 december 2014 - Dossier: Algemeen


Bron: The Influence of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Radiation on the Platelet Aggregation

Platelet aggregation betekent bloedplaatjes klontering.


International Journal of BioMedicine 4(3) (2014) 155-158

Gulzoda M. Khamidova, MD*
Tashkent Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Abstract
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMFs) on platelet aggregation (PA) in individuals working for a long time under a direct and continuous RF-EMF exposure. We examined 119 persons aged from 22 to 65 years. In individuals working under the direct and constant exposure to RF-EMFs, the various changes of PA with a predominance of hyperaggregation are detected. The dependence of the changes in the indicators of PA on length ofwork in conditions of RF-EMF exposure is determined.

Keywords: platelet aggregation; radiofrequency electromagnetic fields

Conclusion
The results of our study confirm the deleterious effect RF-EMF both on the blood cells and on blood rheology. In individuals working under the direct and constant exposure to RF-EMFs, the various changes of PA with a predominance of hyperaggregation are detected. The dependence of the changes in the indicators of PA on length of work in conditions of RFEMF exposure is determined.

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The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMFs) on platelet aggregation (PA) in individuals working for a long time under a direct and continuous RF-EMF exposure. We examined 119 persons aged from 22 to 65 years. In individuals working under the direct and constant exposure to RF-EMFs, the various changes of PA with a predominance of hyperaggregation are detected. The dependence of the changes in the indicators of PA on length of work in conditions of RF-EMF exposure is determined.

Depending on the duration of RF-EMF exposure, the examinees were divided into six main groups: Group I (n=15)worked under conditions of systematic prolonged RF-EMF exposure (up to 6:00 per day) for 5 years, Group II (n=17) for 6–10 years, Group III (n=25) for 11–15 years, Group IV (n=24) for 16–20 years, Group V (n=18) for 21–25 years, and Group VI (n=20) over 25 years. The control group included 15 healthy volunteers.

The observed persons had higher or secondary technical education and held various positions—engineers, electrician mechanics, electrical steeplejacks—who were in the same operating conditions. The power density (PD) on the ground- commissioning works was 24μW/cm2 (norm -16.724 μW/cm2), which exceeds the maximum allowable level of PD by 43.71%. The range of electromagnetic radiation was 650-800MHz.

The rate of PA in Groups III-VI was significantly different from the control values, i.e. in persons working for over 11 years under the influence of RF-EMF. The highest percentage of platelet hypoaggregation and platelet hyperaggregation was observed in the group with the length of work over 25 years: 8.0±0.71%/min and 16.4±1.44% /min, respectively. That was 45% and 57% below the reference values.

The heart generates electrical oscillations with frequencies from 30 to 700Hz and the brain from 200 to 500Hz. If the frequency of bio-currents coincides with the frequency of the EMF, the bio-currents are distorted, which leads to disruption of normal functioning of the body. Microcirculatory disorders and hyperactivity of platelets further exacerbate this situation.

The results of our study confirm the deleterious effect RF-EMF both on the blood cells and on blood rheology. In individuals working under the direct and constant exposure to RF-EMFs, the various changes of PA with a predominance of hyperaggregation are detected. The dependence of the changes in the indicators of PA on length of work in conditions of RF-EMF exposure is determined.


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