Trineural injury to the right hand after domestic electrocution.

Abstract

Electrocution injuries account for a significant amount of burns unit admissions each year, and can be fatal. These injuries are divided into high-voltage (over 1000 volts) and low-voltage (less than 1000 volts) injuries, with lightning strikes (greater than 100 million volts) considered separately. Although the majority of electrocution injuries are of low… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/BCR.0000000000000024

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@article{Cahill2014TrineuralIT, title={Trineural injury to the right hand after domestic electrocution.}, author={Kevin C Cahill and William H. C. Tiong and Frank J. Conroy}, journal={Journal of burn care & research : official publication of the American Burn Association}, year={2014}, volume={35 5}, pages={e353-6} }