electroshock


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the administration of a strong electric current that passes through the brain to induce convulsions and coma

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She was kept in chemically induced comas for weeks and was given a series of electroshocks.
KEY WORDS: Ocimum sanctum; Anticonvulsant; Maximal Electroshock Seizure Model; Pentylenetetrazole Model; Sodium Valproate
Jumia uses research to provide its customers with the most suitable annual campaigns throughout the year, such as Mobile Week in May, Electroshock in August, and Black Friday in November--in imitation of the infamous shopping event in the US.
Or if they need guidance on vibrato, they can read about fourth-finger tricks, continuous vibrato, electroshock and shimmer vibrato, as well as vibrato for double stops.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Shawwal 8, 1436, Jul 24, 2015, SPA -- A former Canadian law enforcement officer who was in charge when police used an electroshock weapon on a Polish immigrant, causing his death has been given a two-year jail term for perjury during a public inquiry into the incident.
After that the driver took her to another location, tied her hands with a belt and attacked her with the electroshock device.
Its preparations sound unremarkable, but the thought of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), also known as electroshock therapy, tends to stir visceral horror in the average person.
These are electroshock weapons that use electrical current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles.
When journalist Roger Cohen was just 3 years old, in 1958, his mother underwent electroshock treatment.
With his face covered by a scarf, the robber grabbed her as she walked through the subway in Felling, then pressed his electroshock weapon to her neck as he demanded she hand over her bag.
nocturnal psychological programming, subjected to electroshock therapy,
She added that she had told the hairdresser to give her a look which made her look like an alien chic meets mental patient that's just had electroshock therapy.
Obstacles called Firewalker, Electroshock Therapy, Electric eel, Ladder to hell, Mud Mile and Trench Warfare are just a few of the many she will need to get herself in shape for.
Officers used a Taser in "drive-stun" mode - placing the electroshock device against his body and activating it, rather than firing its charged darts - to take him into custody, police said.
Maximal Electroshock Seizure test: Evaluation by this method was done as described by Swinyard EA et al.