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  • Reviewed study on Non-Ionizing Radiations on Human Nerve Conduction

Anupma Dr. Vipin Kumar

The major purpose of the study was to discover and characterise ways employing non-ionizing radiation (NIR) such as electromagnetic fields (EMF) and optical radiation in Swedish health care. By assessing projected exposure levels and by identifying relevant health dangers we also attempted to highlight knowledge gaps in the sector. NIR is largely utilised in health care for diagnosis and therapy. Three applications were discovered where acute effects cannot be ruled out: magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and electrosurgery. When utilising optical radiation, such as class 3 and 4 lasers for therapy or surgical operations and ultra-violet light for therapy, acute consequences such as unintended burns, photo responses, erythema and impacts on the eyes need to be avoided. There is a need for greater understanding regarding long-term effects of MRI as well as on the combination of different NIR exposures. Based on literature and after consulting staff we conclude that the health care professionals’ knowledge about the risks and safety measures should be improved and that there is a need for clear, evidence-based information from reliable sources, and it should be obvious to the user which source to address.


Dr. A.K.S.Jha

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