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There are several factors that can effect the outcome of an electricity-induced injury. Match each of the following to the possible outcome.

Select the correct match for each item from the drop-down box

Factors that determine the degree of electricity-induced injury received
Contact with this type of current is MORE likely to cause sustained muscular contraction
Electrical current passing through this area causes the MOST severe injuries
Can reduce the contact resistance of the body