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The study of Radiancy Design in In Vivo Studies about Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Waves
Akbar Anvari * 1, Hasan Tavakoli2
1- Department of Radiation Medicine Engineering, Shahid Beheshti University , A_Anvari@sbu.ac.ir
2- Applied Neurosciences Research Center, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Science
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Introduction: In the last years, the usage of electromagnetic fields (EMF) has anoma-lously increased in human life. In according to statistics, there are over than 4 billions of mobile phone subscribers in 2012. So performing the extensive researches is a necessity to investigate and evaluate the biological effects of electromagnetic vawes. Materials & Methods: Laboratory studies about the effects of waves on biological tissues in controlled laboratory situations, are devided into three groups: human stu-dies, in-vivo studies and in-vitro studies. In the last years, designing of radiancy syst-ems for laboratory studies has been improved considerably. Findings: The main goal of this study wass investigating on design and structure of radiation in in vivo studies of electro-magnetic waves. According to published articles in valid scientific jornals during 10 past years, 33 radiation rooms have been designed for in-vivo studies. The main goal of these systems is producing electromag-netic waves, regarding to the subject, which includes all of radiation parameters and high diversity in time and location. Discussion & Conclusion: The purpose of in-vivo studies is to exposure all kinds of animals by electromagnetic waves. The research realm includes behavioral studies to long-term adventures. In these studies, toxicology procedures are used to study different risk factots. The radiation room should be designed in a way that would be included all biological and electromagnetic aspects.
Keywords: In vivo studies, RF, Bioelectro-magnetic
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: biophysics
Received: 2014/01/30 | Accepted: 2014/08/24 | Published: 2015/03/15


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