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Re: Pulsed electrical fields destroy antibiotic-resistant bacteria infecting burn injuries
 
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Re: Pulsed electrical fields destroy antibiotic-resistant bacteria infecting burn injuries


In this particular case, they use a high voltage pulse that would be quite painful.

However, increasing the number of pulses will offset a lower voltage so that using 1 million pulses at a lower voltage can be as effective as a single pulse of 50,000 volts. This is much less painful and runs less risk of injury.

If you have ever grabbed a spark plug wire while the car engine was running, that will give you an idea of the power of the pulses that they are using.

Yeeeooowwww!

 
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