The effect of a pulsed super-high frequency (SHF) electromagnetic field on the higher nervous activity of dogs
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The process of excitation is, as a rule, intensified in dogs on the background of relative stability on active inhibition in dogs submitted to a weak (pm about 0.005 wt per cm2) SHF alternating power field for 2 hours (about 0.005 wt per cm2).
Repeated numerous actions of such a field bring about development of phasic conditions. The phenomena of cumulation and partial adaptation to SHF field are observed. On the contrary, in high intensity of the action causing a thermal effect with SHF alternating power field (equal to about 0.1 wt/cm2) a weakening of conditioned reflex reactions are observed with a disinhibition of differentiations.
KeywordsPublic Health High Intensity Phasic Condition Active Inhibition Electromagnetic Field
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