Table 1

Long-term sequelae of electrical injury

PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMSNEUROLOGIC SYMPTOMSPHYSICAL SYMPTOMS
DepressionMemory lossGeneralized pain
Posttraumatic stress disorderNumbnessFatigue, exhaustion
InsomniaHeadacheReduced range of motion
NightmaresChronic painContracture
AnxietyWeaknessPruritus
FlashbacksPoor concentrationMuscle spasm, twitches, aches
Fear of electricityParesthesiaHeadache, migraine
FrustrationSyncopeNight sweats, fever, chills
HyperarousalLoss of balanceJoint stiffness
Panic attacksGait ataxia
Low self-esteemSciatica
GuiltCarpal tunnel
MoodinessSeizure disorders
Memory loss or impairmentDizziness
Increased temperPoor coordination
Reduced attention spanTinnitus
Poor verbal learningTremor