Autor(en):
Agarwal A*, Singh A, Hamada A, Kesari K.
* Center for Reproductive Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio.
USA
Veröffentlicht in:
International Braz J Urol. 2011; 37: 432-454
Veröffentlicht: Juli 2011
auf EMF:data seit 19.01.2018
Weitere Veröffentlichungen: Studie gefördert durch:

Center for Reproductive Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, USA.

Schlagwörter zu dieser Studie:
Wirkungen auf Hoden/Spermien, Fertilität
Reviews/Übersichtsarbeiten

Mobiltelefone und männliche Unfruchtbarkeit: Ein Review über neue Technologien und Konsequenzen.

Cell Phones and Male Infertility: A Review of Recent Innovations in Technology and Consequences.

Original AbstractÜbersetzung n.n. vorhanden!

Cell phones have become a vital part of everyday life. However, the health risks associated with their usage are often overlooked. Recently, evidence from several studies supports a growing claim that cell phone usage may have a detrimental effect on sperm parameters leading to decreased male fertility. Nonetheless, other studies showed no conclusive link between male infertility and cell phone usage. The ambiguity of such results is attributed to the lack of a centralized assay for measuring inflicted damage caused by cell phones. Study design, ethics, and reproducibility are all aspects which must be standardized before any conclusions can be made.

Keywords

male | infertility | spermatozoa | cellular phone | radiation

Exposition:

Mobiltelefone