bioelectromagnetics


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bioelectromagnetics

Pseudomedicine
A type of pseudiagnostics based on the pseudoscientific assertion that distant electromagnetic activity—e.g., from geomagnetic movement, seismic activity, solar wind, sunspots and changes in the weather—affect a person’s electrostatic aura and behaviour.

bioelectromagnetics,

n the study of how changes in electromagnetic fields can alter a person's physical and mental condition.
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We also thank Zhejiang Key Laboratory for Diagnosis and Bioelectromagnetics Laboratory of Zhejiang University School of Medicine for their assistance.
Bioinformation in the biofield: beyond bioelectromagnetics.
Comparison perception of singular transcranial magnetic stimuli by subjectively electrosensitive subjects and general population controls, Bioelectromagnetics.
Inhan-Garip, "Extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields affect the immune response of monocyte-derived macrophages to pathogens, " Bioelectromagnetics, vol.
He said that medical robots, nanorobots, bioelectric and bioelectromagnetics in diagnosis and treatment, the tissue and stemcells engineering, medical laboratory's smart equipment, digital and nuclear medicine are the topics of the Congress.
Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (formerly 'electromagnetic hypersensitivity'): an updated systematic review of provocation studies', Bioelectromagnetics, 2009; 31: pp.
Further research in bioelectromagnetics put forward that each organ of biological bodies have different electrical properties such as conductivity and relative permittivity.
The first chapters give an introduction to the field of bioelectromagnetics.
Franke H, Ringelstein ED, Stoegbauer F (2005) Electromagnetic fields (GSM 1800) do not alter blood-brain barrier permeability to sucrose in models in vitro with high barrier tightness, Bioelectromagnetics 26: 529-535.
Typical applications of FEKO include antenna design, antenna placement, electromagnetic compatibility analysis, bioelectromagnetics, radio frequency components, three-dimensional electromagnetic circuits, design and analysis of radomes, and radar cross-section analysis.
Beverley Rubik discusses consciousness in relation to "subtle realms," such as bioelectromagnetics, and argues for greater gender balance in future research, a softer yin-based approach.
Zhao, "Pulsed electromagnetic fields stimulation affects BMD and local factor production of rats with disuse osteoporosis", Bioelectromagnetics, vol.