PEMF Global is home to the largest library of PEMF related scientific studies on the internet. It is continually growing and is updated every second Sunday with new studies.
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Third party studies are the only objective, nonbiased way to learn more about the profound benefits of PEMF technology.
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We have invested countless hours into scouring the internet and finding true, third party, nonbiased research to share with you and the global PEMF community. These studies are in no way related to any specific product or company. They merely share the results and benefits generated by following particular PEMF parameters and protocols in relation to specific test groups, conditions or physiological processes.
Please note that any individual trying to recreate the results of a study must do so using their own judgment. Results may vary as the PEMF systems used in third party studies may be similar to, but not necessarily equivalent to the PEMF systems available for home use. Many PEMF systems only offer a single frequency, single waveform and limited intensity range, which makes it nearly impossible to recreate parameters employed in third party research.
The Omnium1 offers frequencies in the range of 0.5-28 Hz, 0-120 microTesla and multiple waveforms, allowing users to employ similar parameters to most third party scientific studies.
The brand new 2020 iMRS Prime Trial gives users full control of parameters. For the first time ever, users can choose an exact frequency, delivery method (pulses, breaks), intensity and waveform, making it possible to recreate parameters employed in almost any third party scientific study.
NEW STUDIES ADDED
Title: Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields Increase Angiogenesis and Improve Cardiac Function After Myocardial Ischemia in Mice
Location in PEMF Global Library: Cardiovascular Folder
Published: 9 January 2020
Applied Frequencies: 15 - 30Hz
Available in: Omnium1 2.0, iMRS Prime
Abstract: Previous studies have shown that pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) stimulate angiogenesis and may be a potential treatment strategy to improve cardiac function after myocardial infarction (MI). This study explored the effects and its related mechanisms of PEMF in MI mice.
Conclusion: PEMF treatment could promote angiogenesis of the infarct border zone and improve cardiac function in MI mice. A treatment parameter of 30Hz 3.0mT is remarkably effective in MI mice. The effect is associated with the proangiogenic signaling pathways of HIF-1α/VEGF/Akt/eNOS or HIF-1α/FGF2/Akt/eNOS.
Title: Electromagnetic Field Treatment Protects Against and Reverses Cognitive Impairment in Alzheimer’s Disease Mice
Location in PEMF Global Library: Alzheimer’s Disease Folder, Cognitive Conditions Folder
Published: 20 July 2009
Applied Frequencies: 918 MHz
Available in: iMRS Prime Trial
Abstract: Despite numerous studies, there is no definitive evidence that high-frequency electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure is a risk to human health. To the contrary, this report presents the first evidence that long-term EMF exposure directly associated with cell phone use (918 MHz; 0.25 W/kg) provides cognitive benefits. Both cognitive-protective and cognitive-enhancing effects of EMF exposure were discovered for both normal mice and transgenic mice destined to develop Alzheimer’s-like cognitive impairment. The cognitive interference task utilized in this study was designed from, and measure-for-measure analogous to, a human cognitive interference task.
Conclusion: In Alzheimer’s disease mice, long-term EMF exposure reduced brain amyloid-β (Aβ)
deposition through Aβ anti-aggregation actions and increased brain temperature during exposure periods. Several inter-related mechanisms of EMF action are proposed, including increased Aβ clearance from the brains of Alzheimer’s disease mice, increased neuronal activity, and increased cerebral blood flow. Although caution should be taken in extrapolating these mouse studies to humans, we conclude that EMF exposure may represent a non-invasive, non-pharmacologic therapeutic against Alzheimer’s disease and an effective memory-enhancing approach in general.
Title: Striatal dopamine release induced by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human motor cortex
Location in PEMF Global Library: Cognitive Conditions Folder
Published: 22 August 2003
Applied Frequencies: 10Hz
Available in: Omnium1 2.0, iMRS Prime
Abstract: Brain dopamine is implicated in the regulation of movement, attention, reward and learning. Dysfunction of dopamine plays a role in Parkinson's disease, schizophrenia and drug addiction. It is released in the striatum when dopamine neurons in the midbrain undergo burst firing. Several animal studies have shown that dopamine can also be released under direct control of glutamatergic corticostriatal efferents. However, the existence and physiological significance of this mode of action remains controversial.
Conclusion: We have shown previously that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) of the human prefrontal cortex led to focal dopamine release in the ipsilateral caudate nucleus, supporting the corticostriatal mode of dopamine release. Using the same experimental approach, we sought to
confirm this hypothesis. We used (11C)raclopride and PET to measure changes in extracellular dopamine concentration following rTMS of the motor cortex in six healthy human subjects. rTMS of the left primary motor cortex caused a reduction in (11C)raclopride binding in the left putamen compared with rTMS of the left occipital cortex. There were no changes in binding in the right putamen, caudate nucleus or nucleus accumbens. The area of statistically significant change in binding corresponded closely to the known projection zone of corticostriatal efferents originating in monkey motor cortex. This finding has implications for the functional role of subcortical dopamine.
Title: Treatment of Nonunions With Electric and Electromagnetic Fields
Location in PEMF Global Library: Bone Density, Fractures, Breaks Folder
Published: 15 May 2003
Applied Frequencies: N/A
Available in: N/A
Abstract: Electric and electromagnetic fields are, collectively, one form of biophysical technique which regulate extracellular matrix (ECM) synthesis and may be useful in clinically stimulating repair of fractures and nonunions.
Conclusion: The extensive preclinical information and the substantial number of controlled clinical studies on bone healing have been presented in this review and suggest probable clinical roles for electric and electromagnetic fields. Work on mechanistic aspects of electric and electromagnetic stimulation of bone repair have centered on the promotion of synthesis of ECM. This seems to be the result of upregulation of genes for PG and collagens. These fields seem to act through transcription factors including NFK and fos-jun complex (AP-1). The mechanisms by which cells perceive electric and electromagnetic fields, and physical forces in general including mechanical strain, currently are unknown.