Biological Effects and Medical Applications of Electromagnetic Fields by Om P. Gandhi
(PRENTICE HALL BIOPHYSICS & BIOENGINEERING SERIES)

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Written by an international team of experts from environmental fields, health professions, engineering, and host of other areas- Biological Effects and Medial Applications of Electromagnetic Energy explores the gamut of biological effects and medical uses of EM energy from ELF to millimeter-wave frequencies. Amont the topics discussed are Epidemiologic studies of cancer and EM fields RF field exposure standards Biological effects of ELF and 60-Hz fields Hyperthermia for cancer therapy Teratogenesis Cellular effects of RF fields EM energy absorption in man and animals And others. With up-to-date knowledge on a myriad of present-day applications ranging from electric power lines to radio, television, and a variety of industrial and medical applications-this guide provides unique insights into the many ways electromagnetic fields affect contemporary life.
 

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Published May 1, 1990 by Prentice Hall. 573 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction