Fetal and neonatal responses following maternal exposure to mobile phones

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Redaktion Buergerwelle e.V. (BI Omega-CI Omega)

Feb 8, 2008, 5:06:55 AM2/8/08
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*From:* Mona Nilsson
*To:* Iris Atzmon
*Sent:* Friday, February 08, 2008 9:29 AM
*Subject:* Heart of fetus affected when exposed to mobile phone radiation


OBJECTIVE: To study fetal and neonatal heart rate (HR) and cardiac
output (COP), following acute maternal exposure to electromagnetic
fields (EMF) emitted by mobile phones. METHODS: The present study was
carried out at Benha University Hospital and El-Shorouq Hospital, Cairo,
Egypt, from October 2003 to March 2004. Ninety women with uncomplicated
pregnancies aged 18-33 years, and 30 full term healthy newborn infants
were included. The pregnant mothers were exposed to EMF emitted by
mobile telephones while on telephone-dialing mode for 10 minutes during
pregnancy and after birth. The main outcome were measurements of fetal
and neonatal HR and COP. RESULTS: A statistical significant increase in
fetal and neonatal HR, and statistical significant decrease in stroke
volume and COP before and after use of mobile phone were noted. All
these changes are attenuated with increase in gestational age.
CONCLUSION: Exposure of pregnant women to mobile phone significantly
increase fetal and neonatal HR, and significantly decreased the COP.

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