Like peeling away the layers of an onion, research into electrical injuries is revealing more all the time. It’s enough to bring a tear to the eye when the full extent of the potential damage to unfortunate victims — most from the workplace — is completely grasped. In work spearheaded by the Chicago Electrical Trauma Research Institute (CETRI), a group that coalesced in 2009 to centralize more than two decades of scattered but intensive research into electrical injury and ...
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