50 Human Studies, in Utero, Conducted in Modern China, Indicate Extreme Risk for Prenatal Ultrasound: A New Bibliography

Human Studies in Utero Conducted in Modern China Indicate Extreme Risk for Prenatal Ultrasound A New Bibliography This book presents a Bibliography of Chinese Human Studies with commentary analysis tables and graphs by Jim West This is arcana buried disconnected documentation This bibliography includes over

  • Title: 50 Human Studies, in Utero, Conducted in Modern China, Indicate Extreme Risk for Prenatal Ultrasound: A New Bibliography
  • Author: Jim West
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  • Page: 304
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  • 50 Human Studies, in Utero, Conducted in Modern China, Indicate Extreme Risk for Prenatal Ultrasound: A New Bibliography

    This book presents a Bibliography of Chinese Human Studies, with commentary, analysis, tables, and graphs by Jim West This is arcana, buried, disconnected documentation This bibliography includes over 50 studies of in utero fetal exposure, conducted in the modern era These provide empirical evidence of ultrasound hazards to humans The analytic techniques are sophisticaThis book presents a Bibliography of Chinese Human Studies, with commentary, analysis, tables, and graphs by Jim West This is arcana, buried, disconnected documentation This bibliography includes over 50 studies of in utero fetal exposure, conducted in the modern era These provide empirical evidence of ultrasound hazards to humans The analytic techniques are sophisticated, far exceeding Western studies Presently, both the mainstream and the critics believe there are few modern ultrasound studies Decades ago, Western scientists had already found ultrasound hazards by way of animal studies, however, they claimed they were unable to confirm these with human studies, and unable to conduct human studies due to abortion and human rights ethics Human studies were virtually banned in the Western realm The medical industry was not reporting any human damage, and thus, it was assumed that humans were resistant to ultrasound toxicity These studies were previously unknown to the Western realm and little known even in the East These represent a limited period of new, optimistic research, circa 1988 to 2011 These were pushed aside by a tremendous continual flood of studies that promote ultrasound medical and therapeutic innovations Because of cultural and language gaps, and an apparent lack of interest by industry to promote these studies, these studies have sat dormant, not discussed outside of China The studies reside in Chinese online databases in Chinese language Some of these were roughly and partially translated by machine software Many are not available through search engines, except directly through the Chinese databases Their conclusions are stunning, with recommendations that ultrasound sessions should be completely avoided for a quality pregnancy Only if there are specific medical indications should ultrasound be recommended, and at minimum intensity settings A session should last no than 3 minutes, 5 minutes at most Multiple sessions should be avoided These guidelines reflect and confirm the U.S National Institute of Health Consensus Statement , published in 1984 Note This e book can be read with a computer, SmartPhone, or Kindle reader The e book has an advantage in that the numerous references can be accessed via hyperlinks A paperback version in color is available at createspace 5522285 and soon to be available on A paperback version is available in black and white and color formats.

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