Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Experimental study of the bioeffects of micropolarization current as a result of the use of metallic conductors in irradiating a rabbit's head with electromagnetic field of non-thermal intensity

Year: 2019, volume 15 Issue: №4 Pages: 994-998
Heading: Тhematic supplement Article type: Original article
Authors: Lukyanova S.N., Fomina T.V., Veselovskiy I.A.
Organization: State Research Center— Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency

The purpose of the study is to experimentally evaluate the impact of metal electrodes and wires on the brain bioelectric activity indicators as a result of rabbit head irradiation with electromagnetic field (EMF) of non-thermal intensity. Material and Methods. Studies conducted on rabbits. Electromagnetic field: 10 GHz, continuous mode, PPS 200 mW/cm2, created by the high-frequency signal generator G4-121 with repeated exposures with different durations. Results. The probability of the development of the effects of current micropolarization is shown when using metallic conductors, which changes the result of the EMF action. It depends on the number of electrodes and the location of wires relative to the field lines. Conclusion. We substantiated the possibility of the influence of metal electrodes on the bioelectrical activity of the brain by inducing a micropolar current under conditions of irradiation of the head with an electromagnetic field in the course of experiments on rabbits.

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