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Influence of chronic radiofrequency electromagnetic fields exposure on autonomic nervous activity during sleep in preterm neonates : preliminary results

Abstract : Autonomic nervous control during sleep play a key role in the maintenance of homeostasis in preterm neonates. Low-frequency electromagnetic (0-100 kHz) fields have been associated with alteration in such mechanisms. However, it has never been tested with high frequencies whereas preterm neonates are also chronically exposed to radiofrequencies (RF, 87.5 MHz – 5.8 GHz) while hospitalized. We investigated the influence of chronic RF exposure on autonomic nervous activity in sleeping preterm neonates...
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Dimitri Besset, Brahim Selmaoui, Stéphane Delanaud, René de Seze, André Leke, et al.. Influence of chronic radiofrequency electromagnetic fields exposure on autonomic nervous activity during sleep in preterm neonates : preliminary results. 25. Congress of the European Sleep Research Society (ESRS), Sep 2020, Online, Switzerland. pp.P347. ⟨ineris-03229569⟩

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