Electric shock is the physiological reaction or injury caused by electric current
passing through the (human) body. Typically, the expression is used to describe
Dec 10, 2015 ... Electric shock can result in a minor or severe injury to a person. Symptoms of
electric shock include burns, chest pain, shortness of breath.
Dec 10, 2015 ... A person who has suffered an electric shock may have very little external
evidence of injury or may have obvious severe burns. Some people ...
Electrocution is rare at less than 100 volts, and most deaths occur at more than ...
For an electric shock to occur there must be contact by the body with both a ...
Jan 12, 2015 ... Stay at least 20 feet away from a person who is being electrocuted by high-
voltage electrical current (such as power lines) until the power is ...
Electric Shock. The primary variable for determining the severity of electric shock
is the electric current which passes through the body. This current is of course ...
Feb 28, 2015 ... The danger from an electrical shock depends on the type of current, how high the
voltage is, how the current traveled through the body, the ...
Feb 12, 2014 ... A young worker performing service checks on a scissor lift gets too close to a
power line and is electrocuted.
CETRI provides answers and education surrounding electrical shock injuries and
Oct 20, 2006 ... The first person to die in the electric chair was executed in 1890. ... 1899 that
death from electrocution was caused, not by damaging the brain, ...