Stepanov E, 2001-General Physics Institute, Moscow, Russia
Nitric oxide (NO) present in the expiration of a person is a marker of tissue inflammation, cellular suffering and biological stress.
This pilot study was conducted with people who, prior to the test, did not use a mobile phone.
The study highlights the 40% increase in the concentration of nitric oxide exhaled by the mobile phone user without protection from the normal rate. This increase observed after fifteen days of use of a GSM is a clear sign of the non-biocompatibility of this device with the human organism.
The presence of the compensation oscillator (CMO fixed on the GSM) allows the return to normal of the exhaled NO rate. This is a testament to the establishment of GSM biocompatibility with the user, when equipped with CMO.