Electromagnetic interference occurs when some device in a person's environment emits electromagnetic energy that is not compatible with the sensitive electronics incorporated into many medical devices such as power wheelchairs.

This electromagnetic energy causes the wheelchair to behave abnormally. A cellular phone, for example can interfere with the controller of the power wheelchair so that the chair moves unexpectedly or erratically.

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"Electromagnetic interference" is in the UNSPSC Code "31181507"
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