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EMF Study
(Database last updated on Sep 25, 2022)

ID Number 2150
Study Type Epidemiology
Model EMF exposure from environmental sources (e.g., computers and daily environment) to volunteers in China and analysis of sperm.
Details

Volunteers in Shanghai China wore exposure meters to monitor daily exposure to electromagnetic energy. Sperm samples donated from volunteers recieving an average of 0.16 microT (highest exposure group) were found to have a two-fold increase in abnormal sperm motility and morphology (OR = 2.0; 95% CI 1.0-3.9). Increasing duration of exposure above lead to further increases in abnormal sperm motility and morphology.

Findings Effects
Status Completed With Publication
Principal Investigator Shanghai Inst Planned Parenthood Res, China
Funding Agency Private/Instit.
Country CHINA
References
  • Li, DK et al. Reprod Toxicol., (2010) 29:86-92
  • Sun, Y-L et al. Asian journal of andrology., (2005) 7:263-266
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