New Publications (16-30/Nov/2023)



14 Dec 2023


Here you find a list of new published articles that will be added to the JEIC Reserch Database when they are ready. 



(1) Thermal effects of metal implants embedded in different layers of human tissues exposed to electromagnetic fields

Wessapan T, Rattanadecho P

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi(Thailand)

Case Studies in Thermal Engineering 2023: 103771


(2) Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation exposure assessment, analysis, computation, and minimization technique in 5G networks: A perspective on QoS trade-offs

Ajibare AT, Oladejo SO, Ekwe SO, Akinyemi LA, Ramotsoela D

Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, and the NewBridge Graduate Institute(South Africa)

SAIEE Afr Res J 2023; 114 (4): 114-127


(3) Association Between the Use of Induction Heating Cookers and Delivery Outcomes in Pregnant Women: An Internet-Based Cohort Study

Sato Y, Taki M, Kojimahara N

Graduate School of Public Health, Shizuoka Graduate University of Public health(Japan)

Environ Health Insights 2023; 17: 1-8


(4) Influence of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields exposure on sleep patterns in preterm neonates

Besset D, Selmaoui B, Delanaud S, Bessarion L, Chardon K, de Seze R, Leke A, Stéphan-Blanchard E

PériTox (UMR_I 01), UPJV/INERIS, Jules Verne University of Picardy(France)

Int J Radiat Biol 2023: Online


(5) A Brief Primer on the Concept of the Neuroweapon for U.S. Military Medical Personnel

Washington MA, Dinh DT, Ibarra CA, Kua SC


J Spec Oper Med 2023: Online


(6) Safety Assessment of Occupational Electromagnetic Exposure for Subway Attendant by Leaky Coaxial Cable

Li J, Lu M

Key Laboratory of Opto-Electronic Technology and Intelligent Control of Ministry of Education, Lanzhou Jiaotong University(China)

J Electr Eng Technol 2023: Online


(7) The effects of extremely low-frequency magnetic field exposure on apoptosis, neurodegeneration and trace element levels in the rat brain

Çakıt MO, Koca G, Akbulut A, Erdem O, Çetinkaya S, Umurhan G, Aydinbelge-Dizdar N, Eşmekaya MA, Yumuşak N, Canseven Kurşun AG, Korkmaz M

University of Health Sciences, Ankara Training and Research Hospital, Department Of Family Medicine(Türkiye)

Anatolian Curr Med J 2023; 5 (2): 102 - 110


(8) Potential health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF): Update with regard to frequencies between 1Hz and 100 kHz – preliminary opinion

Scientific Committee on Health, Environmental and Emerging Risks (SCHEER)



(9) Electromagnetic Fields: Insight into Sources, and Their Effects on Vital Organs and the Risk of Cancer

Khalat AM, Yahya RAM, Elsayed Azab A

Faculty of Engineering, Sabratha University(Libya )

SAR J Anat Physiol 2023; 4 (3): 20-32


(10) Mobile phones and children: exposure and pattern of usage of mobile phones among children - a descriptive cross-sectional study

Reddy DP, Earan SK, Kalaimani T, Arunagirinathan A

Department of Pediatrics, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College and Hospital(India)

Int J Contemp Pediatr 2023; 10 (6): 873-877


(11) Low-frequency electromagnetic fields influence the expression of calcium metabolism related proteins in leukocytic cell lines

Wójcik-Piotrowicz K, Kaszuba-Zwoińska J, Piszczek P, Nowak B, Guzdek P, Gil K, Rokita E

Department of Biophysics, Jagiellonian University Medical College(Poland)

Environ Toxicol Pharmacol 2023; 104: 104320


(12) Biological effects of electromagnetic fields on insects: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Thill A, Cammaerts MC, Balmori A

Independent Researcher(Luxembourg)

Rev Environ Health 2023: Online


(13) Assessment of radio frequency fields in the 2.45 GHz band produced by smart home devices

McKenzie RJ, Iskra S, Knipe P

School of Science, Computing and Engineering Technologies, Swinburne University of Technology(Australia)

Bioelectromagnetics 2023: Online