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Last Updated on December 13, 2021
Sounds like cocaine chest pain with a taser herring.
Could be a retained spike from the end of the wire. Depending on the brand of taser, it’s like a 22 callibur bullet with spikes. CXR is indicated to rule out ballistic trauma to the heart or injury resulting in a pneumothorax.
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