Microshock

Small discharges sometimes experienced when touching a metal object in an electric field, similar to touching a door knob after walking across a nylon carpet.
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microshock

(mi┬┤kro-shok″) a small electric shock resulting from current that has passed directly into the cardiac tissue from an electrode in contact with it; in this situation extremely small amounts of current may produce fibrillation.
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Microshock

Microshock is a largely theoretical potential risk that is supposedly present for hospital patients with externally protruding intracardiac electrical conductors, such as external pacemaker electrodes, saline filled catheters, or weak or old heart tissue within the heart. ==Some definitions related to micro-shock== `Micro-shock` is an otherwise .....
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