electrical storm


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electrical storm

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′stȯrm]
(meteorology)
A popular term for a thunderstorm.
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The new prespecified sub-study focused on electrical storm, which is defined as the occurrence of three or more separate episodes within a 24-hour period of ventricular tachycardia and/or ventricular fibrillation requiring ICD shock or antitachycardia pacing therapy.
2 overs although McCullum believes that the sides should not been out there to complete that many overs, saying that it is not worth playing a game during an electrical storm.
During the summer of 2010, a violent electrical storm swept through Lapeer County, and lightning struck the county's emergency dispatch center and radio tower, knocking out power.
Parents claim organisers of a village festival put their children at risk of electrocution by refusing to stop a maypole dance during an electrical storm.
00pm) The adventurer travels to the Black Hills of South Dakota, where he tackles treacherous granite cliffs, explores an abandoned gold mine and becomes caught in an electrical storm.
Scott Hend and Tim Clark claimed the clubhouse lead after a electrical storm delayed play for almost three hours.
According to UEFA, hurricane-strength winds were measured during an electrical storm in Vienna, where the television feed was based for the match in Basel.
In layman's terms, it is like an electrical storm in the brain.
A lawsuit filed by the city of Portsmouth alleges that negligence by Milestone Engineering, American Steeple & Tower and New England Scaffolding caused the North Church spire and some surrounding metal scaffolding to collapse into Market Square during a July 28, 2006, electrical storm.
One unique presentation is electrical storm (multiple temporally related episodes of ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation) (1,2) with an appropriately functioning AICD.

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