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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication03/12/2010
- GenreMedical Nursing & Ancillary Services
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note21 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight468 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine16 mm
- Edited byDr. George Carlo,George L. Carlo
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Edition Statement1st ed. Softcover of orig. ed. 2000
- Table Of ContentsForeword; G.L. Carlo. Acknowledgments. Editor's Note: WTR Methodology. Section I: Dosimetry and Measurements. 1. Latest Progress in Dosimetry and Near-Field Evaluations for Mobile Communications Devices; N. Kuster. 2. Dosimetry Studies on In Vitro Preparations Exposed to 837 and 1900 MHz in a TEM Cell; A.W. Guy. 3. A Rat Head Exposure System for Exposure to RF Fields from Handheld Wireless Telephones; D.I. McRee, et al. 4. A Fast Tour of a Decade of Bioelectromagnetic Hygiene Research; M. Lundquist. Section II: Certification. 5. Developing a Regulatory Compliance Arrangement for Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure from Radio Transmitters Based on Health and Safety Considerations in Australia; R.J. Johnston. 6. Guidelines for Radiofrequency Exposure from Mobile and Portable Devices Adopted by the US Federal Communications Commission; R.F. Cleveland, Jr. 7. FCC Equipment Authorization Procedures for RF Exposure Compliance of Mobile and Portable Transmitters; K.W. Chan. Editor's Note: WTR TIER I. Section III: In Vitro Studies/Gentoxicology. 8. State of the Science: RF Genetic Toxicology; J. Morrissey. 9. Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using a Battery of In Vitro Tests; G.J. Hook. 10. Measurement of Alkali Labile DNA Damage and Cross-links Following 2450 MHz Microwave and Low Dose Gamma Irradiation In Vitro; I. Lagroye, et al. 11. Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using the Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis and Micronucleus Assays; G.J. Hook. 12. Scientific Discussion of theResults of Micronucleus Studies Funded by Wireless Technology Research, LLC; D.I. McRee, et al. Section IV: In Vivo Studies. 13. State of the Science: In Vivo Toxicology; M. Repacholi, WTR Staff. 14. The Carcinogenic Potential of 835.62 MHz FMCW and 847.74 MHz CDMA Radiations: Ongoing Studies; J.L. Roti Roti, et al. 15. Effects of GSM-900 Microwaves on Rat Models; R. Anane, WTR Staff. 16. Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using the Single Cell Gell Electrophoresis Assay: Integrated Laboratory Systems Study; R.R. Tice, WTR Staff. 17. Evaluation of Potential Genotoxicity of Radiofrequency Radiation Technologies Using the Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis Assay: University of Washington Study; Comparison of ILS and UW SCG Studies; G.J. Hook, WTR Staff. Editor's Note: WTR TIER II. Section V: Epidemiology. 18. State of the Science: RF Epidemiology; G.L. Carlo, R.S. Jenrow. 19. Epidemiological Study on the Use of Cellular Telephones and the Risk of Brain Tumors; K.H. Mild, L. Hardell. 20. WHO's Key RF Research Requirements for Better Health Risk Assessments; M. Repacholi, WTR Staff. 21. Wireless Phone Use and the Risk of Primary Brain Cancer; J.E. Muscat. 22. Humans Studies on the Endocrine and Nervous Systems Under Exposure to Mobile Phones; R. de Seze, et al. 23. Effects of a 915 MHz Simulated Mobile Phone Transmission on Cerebral Function; A. Preece, J. Eavis. 24. Symptoms Experienced in Connection with the Use of Digital and Analogue Mobile Phones for People Using Both Transmitter Systems: A Swedish-N
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