Which one is "better" 110 or 220?
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> Maybe 220V power is more likely to put the
> current above the cardiac disruption level?
ISTR from the recent thread on 12VDC shocks that very
high voltages are more likely to put the whole heart into
shock (like hospital defib paddles, which basically "reset"
the heart's electrical system), whereas lower voltages might
cause fibriliation to just some parts, which is more dangerous,
as then those parts of the heart are out of synch with others.
Or something like that. I'd have thought 220V is not high
enough, and under the right conditions 110 and 220 will
kill, especially 220
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