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1descarga eléctrica feminineI got an electric shock — recibí / me dio una descarga eléctrica
- before noun electric shock treatment — tratamiento de electroshock
- Fox nodded his way and Travis pushed the button that sent electric shocks through Brandon's body.
- Current therapy often focuses on using drugs or electric shocks to try to fix the confused signal.
- A defibrillator emits a series of electric shocks, these make sure the heart does not have erratic rhythms.
- Some can even tell when the heart stops beating and produce a small electric shock to restart it.
- Then your heart is given an electric shock to make it return to normal rhythm.
- The pain can be steady and burning or come like sudden electric shocks.
- This is a regime that applies electric shocks to the bodies of its victims, particularly their genitals, with great creativity.
- TV and video locks protect a toddler from accidents and potential electric shocks and will protect your valuable equipment from damage.
- When I think about him it's as though there's been an electric shock all through my body.
- As is well known in experimental psychology, electric shocks cause a sudden rise in skin conductance.
- Defibrillators treat ventricular fibrillation by delivering an electric shock to the chest, and so indirectly to the heart.
- It is known that subjecting cells to a sudden electric shock will cause them to open up and take in foreign DNA.
- It is impossible to give someone an electric shock with a defibrillator unless they really need it.
- This nerve disorder causes disabling facial pain that feels like an electric shock.
- Cardioversion, or electric shocks, can also be used to re-set heart rhythm.
- My hands were tied and I was blindfolded and placed in a terrible prison where they tortured me day and night with electric shocks all over my body.
- Atrial fibrillation can also be treated with cardioversion, which involves a controlled electric shock to the heart.
- The medics had always protested their innocence and said they had been tortured by the police, with daily beatings, sexual assault and electric shocks.
- The only other options are implanted defibrillators that administer electric shocks to the heart, and transplants.
- If the instrument and the expertise are available, electric shocks are administered with a defibrillator, which may or may not restore a normal electrical rhythm and hence a regular beat.
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