Various - Electric Shock Treatment [First Session] album download
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|1||–G-Light||I’ve Just Been Born
Written-By – Max Vishnevsky*, Yana Kramich
Written-By – Daniel Costa
Written-By – Regev Azaria
Written-By – Luis Lopes*
|5||–Mechanix||Made In Moscow
Written-By – Eldad Ben-Ezri*
Written-By – Yaniv Ben-Ari
|7||–Entropy||Kopsses Event (Remix)
Written-By – Pitt*, Omer 2*
|8||–Double R.E.L.||Finished People
Written-By – Ariel Ram, Ariel Sela
|9||–Wizard Lizard||Psy Joy
Written-By – Guy Marciano, Roi Levi
- Artwork By – Orensob
- Compiled By – DJ A.M.S., DJ Cobra
- Mastered By – Shahar Zirkin
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|DOOF CD 12||Various||Electric Shock Treatment [First Session] (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Doof Records||DOOF CD 12||Russia||2004|
Electric shock can result in a minor or severe injury to a person. Symptoms of electric shock include burns, chest pain, shortness of breath. Electric shock can result in cardiac arrest and death. Tests may include any or none of the following: Electrocardiogram ( ECG, EKG ) to check the heart.
First Aid Basics: First Aid for Electric Shock. At nearly every turn, people living in a modern society are surrounded by electricity and electrical devices. When people come into unprotected contact with electricity, it can send a jolt or current of electricity shooting through the body. This is an electric shock, and it has the power to cause changes in one’s vision, muscular contractions, and burns. It may even cause one’s heart to beat irregularly. In the worse cases, it may cause death by electrocution
An electrical shock may cause burns, or it may leave no visible mark on the skin. In either case, an electrical current passing through the body can cause internal damage, cardiac arrest or other injury. Under certain circumstances, even a small amount of electricity can be fatal. First aid for electric shock. American Institute for Preventive Medicine. irst Aid for Electric Shock/1490.
09 - Wizard lizard - Psy jo. p3. Electric Shock Treatment. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. Downloads.
At various points in its history, investigations and lawsuits have been brought against the center's operations. In December 2007, the center was found by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care to have been abusive towards residents and failing to protect their health, after two residents were shocked using a GED on the behest of a former student posing as a staff member in an August 2007 telephone call . a b "Torture not Treatment: Electric Shock and Long-Term Restraint in the United States on Children and Adults with Disabilities at the Judge Rotenberg Center" (PDF). Disability Rights International. Retrieved December 31, 2013.
After the first shock, his subject screams, Not another one! It’s deadly! 1938-1940 German psychiatrist Lothar Kalinowsky brings ECT to France and England. Cameron-at various times president of the Quebec, Canadian, American and World psychiatric ed depatterning to the 2nd World Congress of Psychiatry in 1957: The extensive breakup of the existing patterns of behavio. y means of intensive electroshock therapy usually carried out in association with prolonged sleep. Electrodes are then attached to the patient’s scalp and an electric current is applied which causes a brief convulsion. That brief convulsion is the body’s physical reaction to the brain-damaging seizure induced by the electric current applied to the lobes.
An electric shock occurs when a person comes into contact with an electrical energy source. Electrical energy flows through a portion of the body causing a shock. Exposure to electrical energy may result in no injury at all or may result in devastating damage or death. Electric Shock Causes. Adolescents and adults are prone to high voltage shock caused by mischievous exploration and exposure at work. About 1,000 people in the United States die each year as a result of electrocution. Most of these deaths are related to on-the-job injuries. Many variables determine what injuries may occur, if any.