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What are potential dangers if electrical shock is left untreated?

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Asked by narendra sharma, 13 Dec '12 05:00 pm
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It can cause trauma depends upon the strength of the shock
Answered by Quest, 13 Dec '12 08:16 pm

 
  
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If you are not killed immediately and you have no burns there should be no problems.

Nothing dangerous depending on the voltage. If normal household, 110-115 volts, it will scare you. If 220-440 It can cause burns on the entrance and exit points. This is usually on the tips of fingers and the bottoms of the feet. If this voltage passes through of near the heart, it can cause an unusual rythem. This may be felt in the pulse, or seen on a heart monitor. It can also cause muscle and tendon straining and the areas will feel sore for a while due to the fact that electricity is what makes our muscles contract. The effected muscles will feel sore for a while. If concerned, seek medical advice
Answered by MsRachanaMenon, 13 Dec '12 05:33 pm

 
  
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If you are not killed immediately and you have no burns there should be no problems.

Nothing dangerous depending on the voltage. If normal household, 110-115 volts, it will scare you. If 220-440 It can cause burns on the entrance and exit points. This is usually on the tips of fingers and the bottoms of the feet. If this voltage passes through of near the heart, it can cause an unusual rythem. This may be felt in the pulse, or seen on a heart monitor. It can also cause muscle and tendon straining and the areas will feel sore for a while due to the fact that electricity is what makes our muscles contract. The effected muscles will feel sore for a while. If concerned, seek medical advice.
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Answered by points, 13 Dec '12 05:25 pm

 
  
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Nothing dangerous depending on the voltage. If normal household, 110-115 volts, it will scare you. If 220-440 It can cause burns on the entrance and exit points. This is usually on the tips of fingers and the bottoms of the feet. If this voltage passes through of near the heart, it can cause an unusual rythem. This may be felt in the pulse, or seen on a heart monitor. It can also cause muscle and tendon straining and the areas will feel sore for a while due to the fact that electricity is what makes our muscles contract. The effected muscles will feel sore for a while. If concerned, seek medical advice.
Answered by Rocking Raaj, 13 Dec '12 05:06 pm

 
  
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