Electrical injuries.

@article{Koumbourlis2002ElectricalI,
  title={Electrical injuries.},
  author={Anastassios C Koumbourlis},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={30 11 Suppl},
  pages={S424-30}
}
Electrical injury is a relatively infrequent but potentially devastating form of multisystem injury with high morbidity and mortality. Most electrical injuries in adults occur in the work-place, whereas children are exposed primarily at home. In nature, electrical injury occurs due to lightning, which also carries the highest mortality. The severity of the injury depends on the intensity of the electrical current (determined by the voltage of the source and the resistance of the victim), the… CONTINUE READING
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