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Effect of human body morphology on measurement uncertainty of a multi-band body-worn distributed-exposimeter

Abstract : In the ongoing task of the World Health Organization (WHO) to develop Environment Health Criteria (EHC) for radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF), literature published after 1991 will be included. This presentation focus on studies that have been published in the period 2011-2015. Studies that complied with the predefined inclusion criteria include outcomes related to cognitive performance, brain electrical activity, brain metabolism and blood flow, symptoms, well-being and exposure detection, cardiovascular and autonomic nervous systems and temperature. For most endpoints only a few studies suggested a possible effect of exposure, while for electrical brain activity, effects were suggested in most studies.
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Reza Aminzadeh, Arno Thielens, Patrick van Torre, Sam Agneessens, Matthias van den Bossche, et al.. Effect of human body morphology on measurement uncertainty of a multi-band body-worn distributed-exposimeter. Annual meeting of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European BioElectromagnetics Association (BioEM 2017), Jun 2017, Hangzhou, China. ⟨ineris-01863161⟩



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