My physiological answer to "Why do 0.02A fuses not protect a person? Why no protection from shocks?" is raising new questions. So is there any method to protect developer from lethal frequencies?
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A specific way to do this would be to capacitively couple the circuit, so that only high frequencies could pass. As far as I understand it, the concern is about accidentally building an "anti-defibrilator" which interferes with heart operation?