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Blood biochemical parameters of the radio-link station workers [Eastern J Med]
Eastern J Med. 1999; 4(1): 10-12

Blood biochemical parameters of the radio-link station workers

DAŞDAĞ S.1, K. Balcı2, M. O. Ayyıldız3, M. S. Çelik1, S. TEKEŞ4, A Kaplan5
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Objective The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of radiofrequency (RF) and microwave (MW) on the people occupationally exposed to non-ionizing radiation. Method The study was carried out on 19 persons from 25 to 59 years old, 9 of them were radio-link technicians and the others were workers. We determined 22 biochemical parameters of blood serum. Results Headache, dizziness and inability to hear were observed clinically. An increase was observed in cholesterol, uric acid, total protein and creatin levels. The level of creatin kinase decreased. Conclusion The effect of low frequency radiation (e.g. radiofrequency and microwave) on serum biochemical parameters are variable. We belive that the effect of RF and MW on human must be investigated widely.

Keywords: Radiofrequency, biological effects.


DAŞDAĞ S., K. Balcı, M. O. Ayyıldız, M. S. Çelik, S. TEKEŞ, A Kaplan. Blood biochemical parameters of the radio-link station workers. Eastern J Med. 1999; 4(1): 10-12


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