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Appeals to a Wide Audience Fueled by more than 30 years of intensive research and debate on the impact of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on everyday life-starting with residential exposure to magnetic fields and the development of childhood cancer in the 70s and continuing with risk of exposure via wireless communications in present day-Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields addresses ongoing public and scientific controversy surrounding the possible effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) to human health, and provides an in-depth introduction into the methodology of environmental epidemiology that is appropriate for all levels, from student to practicing engineer. Exposure to EMF Focusing primarily on EMF examples, the author presents the general principles and methodological concepts in environmental epidemiology. Topics of importance in the first part of the book include epidemiological study designs, exposure assessment methods and implications for the study results, as well as selection bias, confounding, and other biases including reverse causality and ecological fallacy. The second part of the book covers environmental epidemiological methods in detail and outlines key examples such as childhood leukemia and exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields, as well as examples that look at brain tumors and mobile phone use. The book also offers a detailed discussion on the range of EMF sources and exposures. In addition, it highlights the sophisticated assessment methods required to address exposure situations, and provides a historical perspective. The third part of the book examines how EMF exposure from the use of wireless communication techniques and other challenges affect risk assessment today and also details future developments. * Explores environmental epidemiological methods in detail, while critically discussing epidemiological findings * Provides a state-of-the-art overview of the scientific evidence of the health effects of EMF * Considers how novelty, the steep increase of radiofrequency (RF) EMF exposure from wireless communications, and other challenges affect risk assessment today Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields provides a thorough overview of the subject, and evaluates the scientific evidence surrounding the possible health effects of EMFs. "[A]ll scientists interested in environmental epidemiology, or more specifically the epidemiology of electromagnetic fields, should have this book on their shelves. A health physicist or scientist who wants to know pretty much everything about these subjects will find the chapters of this book a treasure trove of information selected by experts in the field. Even an expert in the field will take pleasure in finding that the authors have addressed esoteric topics like 'reverse causation.'" -Health Physics, April 2015Introduction Maria Blettner and Hiltrud Merzenich Part I Epidemiological Concepts and Principles Epidemiological Study Design: Architecture for Research Anssi Auvinen Occupational EMF Studies Frank de Vocht Epidemiological Exposure Assessment Martin Roosli and Danielle Vienneau Selection and Detection Bias Maria Feychting Confounding, Reverse Causation, and Ecological Fallacy Susanna Lagorio Part II State of Scientific Knowledge Exposures to ELF-EMF in Everyday Environments Joseph D Bowman Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in Our Everyday Environment Patrizia Frei and Martin Roosli Childhood Leukemia and Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields: Critical Evaluation of Epidemiologic Evidence Using Hill's Framework Leeka Kheifets and John Swanson Adult Cancer and Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields Gabor Mezei and Ximena P Vergara Neurodegenerative Diseases and ELF-EMF Anke Huss and Roel Vermeulen Brain Tumors and Mobile Phone Use: The Cohort Approach Aslak Harbo Poulsen and Patrizia Frei Brain Tumors and Mobile Phone Use: The Case-Control Approach Chelsea Eastman Langer and Elisabeth Cardis Brain Tumors and Mobile Phone Use: The Ecological Approach Peter D Inskip and Mark P Little Synthesis of Epidemiological Studies on Mobile Phone Use and the Risk of Brain Tumors Isabelle Deltour and Joachim Schuz Electromagnetic Fields, Symptoms and Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance Christos Baliatsas and G James Rubin Part III The Broader Perspective How Can Future Epidemiology and Laboratory Studies Complement Each Other? Frank S Barnes and Ben Greenebaum What If? The Public Health Perspective Michael Kundi and Hans-Peter Hutter An Outlook into Future EMF Exposure Scenarios Norbert Leitgeb Future of EMF Epidemiology Mireille B Toledano and Rachel B Smith Index


Szczegóły: Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields

Tytuł: Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields
Wydawnictwo: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781466568167
Rok wydania: 2014
Ilość stron: 368
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.86 kg


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Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields

Appeals to a Wide Audience Fueled by more than 30 years of intensive research and debate on the impact of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on everyday life-starting with residential exposure to magnetic fields and the development of childhood cancer in the 70s and continuing with risk of exposure via wireless communications in present day-Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields addresses ongoing public and scientific controversy surrounding the possible effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) to human health, and provides an in-depth introduction into the methodology of environmental epidemiology that is appropriate for all levels, from student to practicing engineer. Exposure to EMF Focusing primarily on EMF examples, the author presents the general principles and methodological concepts in environmental epidemiology. Topics of importance in the first part of the book include epidemiological study designs, exposure assessment methods and implications for the study results, as well as selection bias, confounding, and other biases including reverse causality and ecological fallacy. The second part of the book covers environmental epidemiological methods in detail and outlines key examples such as childhood leukemia and exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields, as well as examples that look at brain tumors and mobile phone use. The book also offers a detailed discussion on the range of EMF sources and exposures. In addition, it highlights the sophisticated assessment methods required to address exposure situations, and provides a historical perspective. The third part of the book examines how EMF exposure from the use of wireless communication techniques and other challenges affect risk assessment today and also details future developments. * Explores environmental epidemiological methods in detail, while critically discussing epidemiological findings * Provides a state-of-the-art overview of the scientific evidence of the health effects of EMF * Considers how novelty, the steep increase of radiofrequency (RF) EMF exposure from wireless communications, and other challenges affect risk assessment today Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields provides a thorough overview of the subject, and evaluates the scientific evidence surrounding the possible health effects of EMFs. "[A]ll scientists interested in environmental epidemiology, or more specifically the epidemiology of electromagnetic fields, should have this book on their shelves. A health physicist or scientist who wants to know pretty much everything about these subjects will find the chapters of this book a treasure trove of information selected by experts in the field. Even an expert in the field will take pleasure in finding that the authors have addressed esoteric topics like 'reverse causation.'" -Health Physics, April 2015Introduction Maria Blettner and Hiltrud Merzenich Part I Epidemiological Concepts and Principles Epidemiological Study Design: Architecture for Research Anssi Auvinen Occupational EMF Studies Frank de Vocht Epidemiological Exposure Assessment Martin Roosli and Danielle Vienneau Selection and Detection Bias Maria Feychting Confounding, Reverse Causation, and Ecological Fallacy Susanna Lagorio Part II State of Scientific Knowledge Exposures to ELF-EMF in Everyday Environments Joseph D Bowman Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in Our Everyday Environment Patrizia Frei and Martin Roosli Childhood Leukemia and Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields: Critical Evaluation of Epidemiologic Evidence Using Hill's Framework Leeka Kheifets and John Swanson Adult Cancer and Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields Gabor Mezei and Ximena P Vergara Neurodegenerative Diseases and ELF-EMF Anke Huss and Roel Vermeulen Brain Tumors and Mobile Phone Use: The Cohort Approach Aslak Harbo Poulsen and Patrizia Frei Brain Tumors and Mobile Phone Use: The Case-Control Approach Chelsea Eastman Langer and Elisabeth Cardis Brain Tumors and Mobile Phone Use: The Ecological Approach Peter D Inskip and Mark P Little Synthesis of Epidemiological Studies on Mobile Phone Use and the Risk of Brain Tumors Isabelle Deltour and Joachim Schuz Electromagnetic Fields, Symptoms and Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance Christos Baliatsas and G James Rubin Part III The Broader Perspective How Can Future Epidemiology and Laboratory Studies Complement Each Other? Frank S Barnes and Ben Greenebaum What If? The Public Health Perspective Michael Kundi and Hans-Peter Hutter An Outlook into Future EMF Exposure Scenarios Norbert Leitgeb Future of EMF Epidemiology Mireille B Toledano and Rachel B Smith Index

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Szczegóły: Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields

Tytuł: Epidemiology of Electromagnetic Fields
Wydawnictwo: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781466568167
Rok wydania: 2014
Ilość stron: 368
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