electrical shock

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Both of the Gepco linemen were busy repairing the cable when they received electrical shock.
Electrical shock is a relatively uncommon form of trauma, and reports in the literature are relatively sparse.
Real-world concerns about LED products have to do with electrical shock hazards and, as we know, less than 60 volts DC, or 30.
During a routine quality check, Nokia discovered that the plastic covers of some of the chargers of the AC-3E, AC-3U and AC-4U models produced this year, could come loose and separate, thereby exposing the user to a potential risk of electrical shock.
If there is damage to the bunk light such that there is a potential of electrical shock or fire hazard that cannot be corrected immediately, follow the requirements of NSTM 300 paragraph 300-2.
In the present study, we therefore sought to examine the efficacy of an electrocardiographic parameter, 'amplitude spectrum area' (AMSA), to predict the likelihood that any one electrical shock would restore a perfusing rhythm, during cardiopulmonary resuscitation, in human victims of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Although the possibility remains that BPA-treated offspring were more insensitive to electrical shock than were the control offspring, the slight elongation of the latency period in the passive avoidance test would have excluded this possibility.
They used electrical shock on my body and my genitals, and they hanged me by my hands and were hitting me almost all night long.
A recent statistic shows for instance, that 65 per cent of job site electrical shock fatalities are caused, not by improper electrical procedures, but by peripheral occurrences such as a crane coming in contact with overhead wire, putting workers on the ground in jeopardy.
A contractor was taken to hospital with an electrical shock, but his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
If needed, it will tell you to press a button that will send an electrical shock into the heart.
Kodak is recalling 75,000 DC5000 digital cameras which, due to a manufacturing fault, can give users an electrical shock.
Some towns still don't have public Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs), which deliver a powerful electrical shock to a heart that is quivering uselessly after an accident or heart attack.
305, "Electric-Powered Vehicles: Electrolyte Spillage and Electrical Shock Protection," will be effective Oct.
In a recent study, 100 percent of study participants who received an injection of Corvert (ibutilide fumarate, Pharmacia & Upjohn) alone or followed by electrical shock were successfully restored to normal heart rhythm, compared to 72 percent of patients treated with electrical shock alone.
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