Shocked 220 what could be the consequences?

Shocked 220 what could be the consequences?

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Answers (2)

Answer 1
October, 2020

About 6 months ago I received an electric shock from an ordinary outlet, 380 volts, because the ground was disconnected.

As a result - cardiac arrest (attention, not a rupture, because the beats did not coincide), namely, arrest, since before that there were heart problems (do not drink 10 cups of coffee a day). Since I live near the hospital, my heart was started, before that I had a heart massage. No damage to the nervous system was identified (after prolonged contact with an electric current, the neurons in your brain literally burn out). That is, if you had contact with a current that lasted a couple of seconds, there will be no consequences for you. You would be if you had any long-standing problems with the central nervous system or cardiovascular diseases.

Answer 2
October, 2020

If the current did not pass through the head, then there will certainly be no delayed consequences. As a rule, the consequences of an electric shock to the body occur immediately. If, before the lesion, chronic diseases of the internal organs were observed, this can worsen the course of the disease. In case of severe long-term injuries (for example, a wet body, loss of consciousness, etc.), you should consult a doctor. As a rule, there are no consequences for "normal" lesions

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