15-Second conducted electrical weapon exposure does not cause core temperature elevation in non-environmentally stressed resting adults.

@article{Dawes200815SecondCE,
  title={15-Second conducted electrical weapon exposure does not cause core temperature elevation in non-environmentally stressed resting adults.},
  author={Donald Murray Dawes and Jeffrey D. Ho and Mark J. Johnson and Erik J Lundin and Timothy A Janchar and James R. Miner},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2008},
  volume={176 2-3},
  pages={253-7}
}
INTRODUCTION Conducted electrical weapons (CEW) are being incorporated into the use of force continuums of law enforcement agencies in increasing numbers. The use of these weapons has been controversial, especially as related to the sudden in-custody death (ICD) phenomenon. Hyperthermia has been reported in many ICDs attributed to excited delirium, illicit drug toxicity, or other causes. There is speculation that the electrical discharge from the CEWs may contribute to the hyperthermia… CONTINUE READING
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