electrical disturbance


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Noun1.electrical disturbance - electrical signals produced by unwanted sources (atmospherics or receiver noise or unwanted transmitters)
electrical phenomenon - a physical phenomenon involving electricity
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In a partial-onset seizure, an abnormal electrical disturbance occurs in a limited area of the brain, and may subsequently spread throughout the brain, becoming a generalized seizure (known as a secondarily generalized seizure).
Cardiac arrhythmias without BCI could also be seen due to the electrical disturbance trauma.
Cardiac arrest is caused by an electrical disturbance in the heart--it happens suddenly, and you'll likely lose consciousness.The heart's pumping ability relies on electrical impulses generated by the sinus node, an area of specialized cells in the right upper chamber (atrium) of your heart.
This can modify the permeability of the membrane, cause direct membrane injury, and induce necrosis generating an electrical disturbance and ECG abnormalities [11-13].
Where automotive conducted RF immunity testing is relatively straightforward and equipment from many manufacturers can address it either completely or partially, electrical disturbance and transient testing is specialized.
Doctors later found that Joanne, from York, suffers from long QT syndrome, which is a potentially fatal electrical disturbance to the heart.
"Consequently, we can confirm that our equipment did not cause the electrical disturbance, which led to the damage to customers' appliances.
It is what is called "sub-clinical seizures." Sub-clinical seizures occur when the electrical disturbance of a seizure in the brain is too small to be obvious to a person looking at the outside of the child.
"Bahrain residents are on the upward edge of cardiac disease incidence and probably one in every 20 persons suffers from some sort of electrical disturbance of the heart," he said.
"A muffled sound as of thunder was heard by the engineman and banksman, and others, but as there had been much electrical disturbance in the atmosphere of late, one or two thought it was thunder: but a second report followed, and was clearly from the mine below, and then it flashed on all that a terrible catastrophe had taken place, and that the lives of their fellow-workmen were in jeopardy, if not already sacrificed.
But the teen's worst nightmare came true last month when specialists diagnosed him with Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy - an electrical disturbance of the heart - which can cause sudden death.

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