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Abstract "In the early 1990s a significant increase in reports of medical device failures from electromagnetic interference (EMI) was noted worldwide (Silberberg, 1993; 1994; Segal et al., 1995). A primary cause of this EMI was identified as radiated radiofrequency (RF) fields emitted by mobile communications transmitter/receivers (transceivers). The increase in reports of medical device failures was due to several factors. These factors included (1) a great increase in the number of electronically-controlled medical devices and (2) a significant increase in the number of sources of RF in the environment."
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