EMF Degassing of blood
My red highlighting far below in an Abstract, is why I?m sending this. So far, I can only find the full-text in Russian (also attached):
The pdf is named with a filename in English (different than what I named the file, it was: Shatalov-paper-MechanismEMF.pdf, so someone along the line must know English! So anyone with Russian connections or abilities, please dive in. I also attached Google Translate s stab at the Introduction and the final 2 paragraphs (probably not helpful!).
Here it is at the Biofizika journal website: http://elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=18190630
(only the Abstract, I think with option to purchase full text).
This is the author (Shatalov):
I think he might have presented this (or similar) paper at (earlier in 2012):
I see this note at the top of each past online Issue: ''A simultaneous English language translation of this journal is available from Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Distributed worldwide by Springer. Biophysics ISSN 0006-3509.'' But this is Issue 6, and so far the website only includes through Issue 5. It looks like when English Issue 6 is posted online, it would be listed here:
But I think only be its Abstract will be there.
Biofizika. 2012 Nov-Dec;57(6):1034-40.
Mechanism of the biological impact of weak electromagnetic fields and in vitro effects of degassing of blood
[Article in Russian]
[No authors listed]
The physical validity of the mechanism proposed by the author is discussed. According to the theory a prolonged exposure to weak electromagnetic fields leads to an enlargement of the micro-bubbles and degassing of bioliquid. Degassing alters the physical and chemical properties of bioliquid that affect some medical and biological indicators. The following changes in some blood parameters during degassing in vitro were analyzed: a decrease in the glucose concentration, an abnormal activation of blood clotting, an increase in the rate of blood cell aggregation, a decrease in the effectiveness of aspirin as an inhibitor of platelet aggregation and the slowing of indirect anticoagulants. All of this evidences a possible correlation between the increasing electromagnetic pollution and the risk of cardiovascular disease.
PMID: 23272585 [PubMed - in process]
Informant: Martin Weatherall
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