Study of the influence of mobile phones on the functional condition of students’ cardiovascular system during the examination period by Holter methods


  • A. A. Sazanova Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology
  • M. S. Kulbaeva Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology
  • S. T. Тuleukhanov Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology
  • Yu. A. Kim Institute of Cell Biophysics
  • A. I. Zhussupova Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology
  • G. K. Atanbaeva Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology
  • N. T. Ablaykhanova Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology
  • Zh. O. Oralkhanova Laboratory of Chronobiology and Ecological Physiology



Excessive physical and mental discomfort, nervous breakdown work stress, inappropriate eating behavior accompanied with disproportionate use of mobile phones lead to various functional disorders and illnesses. Mobile phones, often used by the student community for examinations, social adaptation and self-identification in the future profession, can endanger human health, and might consequently lead to disorders of vegetative regulation of cardiovascular system, including the rising frequency of heart contraction, increase in arterial pressure, muscle and psycho-emotional stress. Holter monitoring based on electrocardiogram (ECG) methodology was used to study the physiological state of the heart within the period of 24 h in students with mobile phones overuse. This monitoring system consists of the MT- 101 registry block and MT-200 computer-assisted analyzer. Nine students aged 20-21 years old served the objects of the study. ECG rates recorded in the pre-examination learning process were considered as
control, and ECG indicators, recorded during the examination period, were considered as experimental. ECG was studied throughout the day during the learning process and in the examination period to esteem the effects of electromagnetic fields caused by stress situations and mobile phones and identify the frequency of ventricular depolarization (Q, R and S wave or QRS) and heart rate. Both in normal conditions and during the examination period the frequency of heart rate and QRS scores are higher in comparison with the nighttime, at night low values are registered depending on the body’s relaxation period. Moreover, it was found that statistical reliability (p<0.05) during the period of examinations increased simultaneously in
the nighttime in comparison to control.


How to Cite

Sazanova, A. A., M. S. Kulbaeva, Тuleukhanov S. T., Yu. A. Kim, A. I. Zhussupova, G. K. Atanbaeva, N. T. Ablaykhanova, and Zh. O. Oralkhanova. 2018. “Study of the Influence of Mobile Phones on the Functional Condition of students’ Cardiovascular System During the Examination Period by Holter Methods”. International Journal of Biology and Chemistry 11 (1):112-18.