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  1. Cancer morbidity in subjects occupationally exposed to high frequency (radiofrequency and microwave) electromagnetic radiation.

    Article, Communication - En anglais

    International Conference on the Effect of Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation on Organisms. Skrunda LVA, 1994/06/17.

    Cancer morbidity was registered in the whole population of military career personnel in Poland during a period of 15 years (1971-1985).

    Subjects exposed occupationally to radiofrequencies (RF) and microwaves (MW) were selected from the population on the basis of their service records and documented exposures at service posts.

    The population size varied slightly from year to year with a mean count of about 128 000 persons each year ; each year about 3700 of them (2.98%) were considered as occupationally exposed to RF/MW.

    All subjects (exposed and non-exposed to RF/MW) were divided into age groups (20-29,30-39,40-49 and 50-59).

    All newly registered cases of cancer were divided into 12 types based on localisation of the malignancy ; for neoplasms of the haemopoietic system and lymphatic organs an additional analysis based on diagnosis was performed.

    Morbidity rates (per 100000 subjects annually) were calculated for all of the above localisations and types of malignancies both for the whole population and for the age groups.

    The mean value of 15 annual rates during 1971-1985 represented the respective morbidity rate for the whole period.

    Morbidity rates in the non-exposed groups of personnel were used as'expected' (E) rates for the exposed subjects, while the real morbidity rates counted in the RF/MW-exposed personnel served as'observed' (O) rates.

    This allowed the calculation of the observed/expected ratio (OER) representing the odds ratio for the exposed gro...

    Mots-clés Pascal : Champ électromagnétique, Irradiation haute fréquence, Irradiation hyperfréquence, Toxicité, Homme, Carcinogène, Exposition professionnelle, Epidémiologie, Pologne, Europe, Morbidité, Tumeur maligne, Militaire, Armée, Leucémie

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Electromagnetic field, Radiofrequency irradiation, Microwave irradiation, Toxicity, Human, Carcinogen, Occupational exposure, Epidemiology, Poland, Europe, Morbidity, Malignant tumor, Military, Army, Leukemia

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    Cote : 96-0182857

    Code Inist : 002A08E. Création : 199608.