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How Much Electricity Can A Penis Stand? A Medical Study

by | 31st, July 2010

electric penis 300x185 How Much Electricity Can A Penis Stand? A Medical StudyIT is now a medical fact that a penis can only take so much electricity. Well, the penis of a Taiwanese surgeon engaged in the study can. Your British penis might be a lightning rod of strength.

The surgeons’ report, entitled “Determination of Human Penile Electrical Resistance and Implication on Safety for Electrosurgery of Penis“, tests how much electric treatment a knob can endure before…

Surgeons have used the penis tissue repair method developed by Dr William T Bovie in 1914, whereby penis tissue is cut using highly concentrated electric currents. The electric current passes through a loop of fine wire to sever warts, moles, glove puppets and small rodents with superglue on their paw, say.

So. The lads from the Institute of Biomedical Engineering in Taiwan began to test how much power is right.

A Dr Tsai presents his findings:

“We would like to remind our colleagues that we should be careful when doing ES on patients’ penis. Potential and subclinical injury to erectile tissue caused by electrosurgery on the penis cannot be underestimated.”

So say the experts…

Crank the power up to 11 for these specimens:



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