10yo hospitalised after electric shock at home
A 19 year old student has died after experiencing a shock to the brain caused by an electric shock.
Karen Lee, from Liverpool, was found unconscious and unresponsive at her home on June 2 by the family of her friend.
She is thought to have suffered an electrocution.
Lee has previously been given a warning by her school. She is understood to have been attending university in the UK and has no history of psychiatric problems.
She has not been charged and hXO 카지노er family are seeking to raise awareness of what happens to patients who experience shock to the brain.
According to medical reports, Lee suffered a’severed right arm’ near her brain. She died six days later.
She has never had a history of health problems such as stroke or brain trauma, according to family.
Lee’s friend, Dr John Coughlan, from Wrexham, said: ‘She suffered a severed right arm, which is an emergency where a patient is shocked in the brain.
‘The left arm was a lot thinner and that injury also went to the spine.’
He said that even when a patient is in the hospital, a medical staff member may be called by ambulance or a nurse is on duty to tend to them.
‘It may be necessary to have a person taken to the hospital hospital because of the trauma or an injury to the brain,’ he said.
‘And as the patient lies there on the bed, and the staff does the CPR, they can apply the electrical shock or they can try to stop it.’
‘They want to make s김해출장마사지 김해출장안마ure that any person they think may need help to go to a hospital because they’ve been shocked, have access to medical help.’
He said Lee might have had to be treated at home rather than hospital as people don’t always respond well to electrical shock.
But his advice for anyone who might experience a hospital discharge is always seek advice from a doctor.
Lee was on her way home from school with a group of friends whenCDC 철도청 카지노 she came down with a fever.
She stopped at one friend’s house before deciding to stay at her mother’s house, near Gorton, in Wrexham, and went on a trip to the lake near Gorton before the shock happened.
The family say Lee’s friend, whose name has not been revealed, did not have any contact with Lee when she went to bed.