Electric Injury in Pregnancy
Electric injury in pregnancy is not common; rather, it is a very rare presentation in the emergency department. Even after extensive research, the electric injury with pregnancy is rare and uncommon.
KeywordsAlternate Current Foetal Movement Placental Abruption Cardiac Dysrhythmia Electrical Injury
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