Electroshock as head injury

by Linda Andre

Electroshock, variously known as electroconvulsive therapy, ECT, shock treatment, or simply shock, is the practice of applying 70 to 150 volts of household electric current to the human brain in order to produce a grand mal, or generalized, seizure. To continue click on the link below"

https://www.ect.org/effects/headinjury.html