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Jaakko Malmivuo and Robert Plonsey: Bioelectromagnetism – Principles and Applications of Bioelectric and Biomagnetic Fields Oxford University Press, New . Bioelectromagnetics, also known as bioelectromagnetism, is the study of the interaction .. Malmivuo, Jaakko; Robert Plonsey, Bioelectromagnetism: Principles and Applications of Bioelectric and Biomagnetic Fields, Oxford University Press. Technische Universität Berlin. Robert Plonsey. Abstract. This book looks at the application of engineering science and technology to biological.
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Bioelectromagneticsalso known as bioelectromagnetismis the study of the interaction between electromagnetic fields and biological entities. Areas of study include electrical or electromagnetic fields produced by living cellstissues or organismsincluding bioluminescent bacteria ; for example, the cell membrane potential and the electric currents that flow in nerves and musclesbioepectromagnetism a result of action potentials.
Others include animal navigation utilizing the geomagnetic field; the effects of man-made sources of electromagnetic fields like mobile phones ; and developing new therapies to bioelectromagndtism various conditions.
The term can also refer to the ability of living cells, tissues, and organisms to produce electrical fields and the response of cells to electromagnetic fields. Short-lived electrical events called action potentials occur in several types of animal cells which are called excitable cells, a category of ploonsey include neurons, muscle cells, and endocrine cells, as well as in some plant cells.
These action potentials are used to facilitate inter-cellular communication and activate intracellular processes. The physiological bioelwctromagnetism of action potentials are possible because voltage-gated ion channels allow the resting potential caused by electrochemical gradient on either side of a cell membrane to resolve. Bioelectromagnetism is studied primarily through the techniques of electrophysiology.
In the late eighteenth century, the Italian physician and physicist Luigi Galvani first recorded the phenomenon while dissecting a frog at a table where he had been conducting experiments with static electricity. Galvani coined the term animal electricity to describe the phenomenon, while contemporaries labeled it galvanism.
Galvani and contemporaries regarded muscle activation as resulting from an electrical fluid or substance in the nerves.
Some usually aquatic animals, such as sharks, have acute bioelectric sensors providing a sense known as electroreceptionwhile migratory birds navigate in part by orienteering with respect to the Earth’s magnetic field.
In an extreme application of electromagnetism the electric eel is able to generate a large electric field outside its body used for hunting and self-defense through a dedicated electric organ. Most of the molecules in the human body interact weakly with electromagnetic fields in bielectromagnetism radio frequency or extremely low frequency bands.
This can lead to biological effects ranging from muscle relaxation as produced by a diathermy device to plojsey. This can be defined as either heating only to the point where the excess heat can be dissipated, or as a fixed increase in temperature not detectable with current instruments like 0. Biological effects of weak electromagnetic fields are the subject of study in magnetobiology.
Many behavioral effects at different intensities have been reported from exposure to magnetic fields, particularly with pulsed magnetic fields. The specific pulseform used appears to be an important factor for the behavioural effect seen; for example, a pulsed magnetic field originally designed for spectroscopic MRIreferred to as Low Plonsdy Magnetic Stimulationwas found to temporarily improve patient-reported mood in bipolar patients,  while another MRI pulse had no effect.
A whole-body exposure to a pulsed magnetic field was found to alter standing balance and pain bioelectromahnetism in other studies. A strong changing magnetic field can induce electrical currents in conductive tissue such as the brain.
Since the magnetic field penetrates tissue, it can be generated outside of the head to induce currents within, causing transcranial magnetic stimulation TMS. These currents depolarize neurons in a selected part of the brain, leading to changes in the patterns of neural activity.
Instead of one strong electric shock through the head as in Bioelecttromagnetism, a large bioelectomagnetism of relatively weak pulses are bioelecgromagnetism in TMS therapy, typically at the rate of about 10 pulses per second. If very strong pulses at a rapid rate are delivered to the brain, the induced currents can cause convulsions much like in the original electroconvulsive therapy. Electromagnetic radiation in the intermediate frequency range has found a place in modern medical practice for the treatment of bone healing and for nerve stimulation and regeneration.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the scientific journal, see Bioelectromagnetics journal.
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