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Old 05-31-2011, 11:46 AM
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Bringing The Apparently Dead to Life

A Woman Who Brings the Apparently Dead to Life - How Victims of Many Forms of Sudden Death Are Restored by Means of Dr. Louise G. Robinovitch's Discovery. - View Article - NYTimes.com

This involves low-level DC electrical stimulation with one electrode on the forehead and one at the base of the spine. As Dr. Robert O. Becker detailed in "The Body Electric", there is a minute DC flow from the base of the spine to the forehead. Interrupting or reversing that flow produces anesthesia.

Last time I checked, Robinovitch's book, Sommeil Electrique, was on google books (in French only, sorry). It shows an old-fashioned motor-driven interrupter switch. It gives voltage, frequency and mA tables.
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