著者
Farah Hanan Fathihah Jaffar Khairul Osman Nur Hilwani Ismail Kok-Yong Chin Siti Fatimah Ibrahim
出版者
Tohoku University Medical Press
雑誌
The Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine (ISSN:00408727)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.248, no.3, pp.169-179, 2019 (Released:2019-07-26)
参考文献数
50
被引用文献数
1

Extensive use of Wi-Fi has contributed to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) pollution in environment. Various studies have been conducted to evaluate the effect of RF-EMR emitted by Wi-Fi transmitter on male reproduction health. However, there are conflicting findings between studies. Thus, this review aims to elucidate the possible effects of 2.45 GHz Wi-Fi exposure on both animal and human male reproductive system. A computerized database search performed through MEDLINE via Ovid and PUBMED with the following set of keywords: ‘Wi-Fi or WiFi or wireless fidelity or Wi-Fi router or WiFi router or electromagnetic or radiofrequency radiation’ AND ‘sperm or spermatozoa or spermatogenesis or semen or seminal plasma or testes or testis or testosterone or male reproduction’ had returned 526 articles. Only 17 studies conformed to pre-set inclusion criterion. Additional records identified through Google Scholar and reviewed article further revealed six eligible articles. A total of 23 articles were used for data extraction, including 15 studies on rats, three studies on mice, and five studies on human health. Sperm count, motility and DNA integrity were the most affected parameters when exposed to RF-EMR emitted by Wi-Fi transmitter. Unfortunately, sperm viability and morphology were inconclusive. Structural and/or physiological analyses of the testes showed degenerative changes, reduced testosterone level, increased apoptotic cells, and DNA damage. These effects were mainly due to the elevation of testicular temperature and oxidative stress activity. In conclusion, exposure towards 2.45 GHz RF-EMR emitted by Wi-Fi transmitter is hazardous on the male reproductive system.

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@Dansclimbingla1 @quasirob @mikemilne18 @brianlilley @TheHunterChef Effects on the reproductive system https://t.co/yHBR3yhNZO
Research: Jaffar et al. (2019). Adverse Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Male Reproductive System: A Systematic Review. The Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine, 248(3), 169–179. https://t.co/iaPFIbINIC #wifi #fertility #review #reproduction #research #RF
@D27OSSTF @CanTeachersFed @osstf WiFi/cell phone radiation are clearly harmful to male reproduction. Two systematic reviews: Adverse Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Male Reproductive System https://t.co/Jy9drDDbGF Effect of mobile telephones on sperm quality https://t.co/CGLYJO0vsv #RightToKnow @WHSCtraining
@veritasium @thephysicsgirl 3/ Adverse Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Male Reproductive System https://t.co/lfUMa2Zt53 And male fertility seems to be in big trouble. Study: Only 38% of young swiss men are fertile. Yikes! https://t.co/U4WbIP4AYU #Menshealth #fertility #RightToKnow
1/ Could Health Canada please explain why it ignores evidence such as this systematic review to claim that Wi-Fi poses no risk to human health? Adverse Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Male Reproductive System: A Systematic Review https://t.co/iCxdS9wiNZ @GovCanHealth
@KFLAPH @cityofkingston @InFrontenac @L @loyalist TY KFLAPH for this important radon campaign. Many people are becoming aware about another avoidable risk in your home: WiFi. Systematic review re male sexual health: https://t.co/iCxdS9wiNZ Also, in this review neuropsychiatric effects, DNA damage... https://t.co/ciIjmqcfJO
@OperadorNuclear https://t.co/OZ7AwXdFvR
@rbrodeur We shouldn't ignore science because it is inconvenient. Knowledge is empowering allows us to make better decisions. Two separate systematic reviews tell us this radiation is bad for men's reproductive systems. https://t.co/pZuxzOcLFc and https://t.co/TgsC91Q3iL @Elliotatthewhig
@Kingston4ST @ONThealth @KFLAPH @IanArthurMPP @MarkGerretsen @celliottability @GinettePT @CDNMinHealth Fantastic news! When will we protect men's reproductive health? The evidence is pretty damning that cell phone and wireless radiation harm sperm. We have the #RightToKnow! https://t.co/CGLYJO0vsv and https://t.co/lfUMa2Zt53 @ontariodoctors @CMA_Docs @WHSCtraining @saferphones
#OSSTF believes in evidence-based policy. A systematic review of the effect of WiFi on male fertility is strong evidence that we should take a precautionary approach to protect educational workers; they are in some of the most intense WiFi environments. https://t.co/lfUMa2Zt53
More concerning than cancer, the massive increase in wireless technologies has implications to reproduction. We cannot ignore this threat. https://t.co/AidJ3kAq94 Zero pre-market safety testing has been done for 5G. 100% unacceptable. @MarkGerretsen @cityofkingston @KFLAPH
Übersichtsstudie belegt Schädigung der männlichen Fortpflanzungsorgane durch Wi-Fi #5G https://t.co/EokH4GfaBr
Show me the science! This is a new systematic review on male reproduction. Adverse Effects of Wi-Fi Radiation on Male Reproductive System: A Systematic Review https://t.co/EvjYv7R65i #fertility #infertility #reproductivehealth #MaleHealth #PublicHealth @KingstonMOH @KFLAPH

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