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In this guest audio presentation electrical injury expert Dr. Marc Jeschke explains the similarities between high and low-voltage electrical injuries, the physical, social, mental health, and economic impact of electrical injury, and what research is needed to improve patient outcomes.
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We thank Dr. Jeschke for allowing us to share this important information for all impacted by electrical injury, and those harmed by electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) in particular.
- Dr. Jeschke et al: Acute and long-term clinical, neuropsychological and return-to-work sequelae following electrical injury: a retrospective cohort study
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