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Criteria: Study Type=Human / Provocation,Freq Range=0 - 300 Hz (Static, ELF),Study Subtype=Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Circulation, and Respiratory Rate

View This Study - Citation No: 4722
Title THE CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE TO AN ACUTE 1800-micro T, 60 Hz MAGNETIC FIELD EXPOSURE IN HUMANS.
Reference Int Arch occup Environ Health., Vol. 83, Pg. 441 - 454, 2010
Author(s) McNamee D. A., Corbacio M., Prato F. S., Tomas A. W., Legros A. G., et al. .
PubMed UID 19902234
Project ID 2151
 
View This Study - Citation No: 4849
Title CHANGES IN PULSE RATE, RESPIRATORY RATE, BLOOD OXYGENATION, PERFUSION INDEX, SKIN CONDUCTANCE, AND THEIR VARIABILITY INDUCED DURING AND AFTER GROUNDING HUMAN SUBJECTS FOR 40 MINUTES
Reference J Altern Complemet Med, Vol. 16, Pg. 81 - 87, 2010
Author(s) Chevalier G.
PubMed UID 20064020
Project ID 2199
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6712
Title Neurovegetative disturbances in workers exposed to 50 Hz electromagnetic fields.
Reference Int J Occup Med Environ Health., Vol. 19, Pg. 53 - 60, 2006
Author(s) Bortkiewicz A., Gadzicka E., Zmyslony M., Szymczak W.
PubMed UID 16881599
Project ID 2697
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6811
Title Exposure to strong ELF magnetic fields does not alter cardiac autonomic control mechanisms.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 21, Pg. 413 - 421, 2000
Author(s) Graham C., Sastre A., Cook M. R., Gerkovich M. M., Riffle D. W.
PubMed UID 10972945
Project ID 2718
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6812
Title Heart rate variability and physiological arousal in men exposed to 60 Hz magnetic fields.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 21, Pg. 480 - 482, 2000
Author(s) Graham C., Sastre A., Cook M. R., Kavet R.
PubMed UID 10972952
Project ID 2718
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6813
Title Prediction of nocturnal plasma melatonin from morning urinary measures.
Reference J Pineal Res., Vol. 24, Pg. 230 - 238, 1998
Author(s) Graham C., Cook M. R., Kavet R., Sastre A., Smith D. K.
PubMed UID 9572533
Project ID 2718
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6814
Title Influence of 50 Hz magnetic field on human heart rate variability: linear and nonlinear analysis.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 25, Pg. 474 - 480, 2004
Author(s) Tabor Z., Michalski J., Rokita E.
PubMed UID 15300734
Project ID 2719
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6815
Title A pilot investigation of the effect of extremely low frequency pulsed electromagnetic fields on humans' heart rate variability.
Reference Bioelectromagnetics., Vol. 28, Pg. 64 - 68, 2007
Author(s) Baldi E., Baldi C., Lithgow B. J.
PubMed UID 16988996
Project ID 2720
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6816
Title Short-term effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields after physical exercise are dependent on autonomic tone before exposure.
Reference Eur J Appl Physiol., Vol. 101, Pg. 495 - 502, 2007
Author(s) Grote V., Lackner H., Kelz C., Trapp M., Moser M., et al. .
PubMed UID 17674028
Project ID 2721
 
View This Study - Citation No: 6820
Title Heart Rate Variability Monitoring Due to 50 Hz Eelectromagnetic Field Exposure and Statistical Processing.
Reference 2012 International Conference and Exposition on Electrical and Power Engineering (EPE 2012), 25-27 October, Iasi, Romania., , Pg. 610 - 613, 2012
Author(s) Adochiei N., Dorffner G., David V.
PubMed UID
Project ID 2724