Cause of death

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  1. loosewire

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    I don't know how to set up a poll,a little help please.who help's
    the medical examiner to find cause,your opinion please. I will
    share my opinion with your's,because I have Interviewed a
    medical examimer on the subject. You may be surprised how the system
    works. If some one wants to set up a poll with cause's to choose,It would
    be Halloween.Woooo! How voodoo works.
     
  2. jpanhalt

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    1) What purpose would be served by a poll? You don't/can't determine facts by an opinion poll.

    2) Are you speaking strictly of an M.E. (a pathologist) or more broadly of a coroner (who may or may not even be a physician)?

    3) Have you read a real death certificate, particularly the part having to do with cause of death?

    John
     
  3. loosewire

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    You bring out excellent points,I have read a real death certificate.With a little
    help we could separate the Issue's.I think most large counties have a
    medical examiner and investigation staff. Help fill in the blanks,I have more opinions
    to add to yours to make this a worth while post. Added Info from knowledgeable
    members.Woooooooooo. We can find out what members think.
     
  4. wr8y

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    If it's an important or powerful person, the cause of death is determined by a vast right wing conspiracy.

    (Usually, the Illuminati is behind it.):D
     
  5. loosewire

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    This is a good example of opinion out there coming from all directions.
    A policical minded friend In the medical examiner can cover up results,
    It has happen In real world. Electronics will at the bottom of all of this.
    tune In and see the results.
     
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  6. Wendy

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    I keep telling ya, they don't exist. Ask Loosewire, he's a member. Wait, did I say that out loud?
     
  7. blueroomelectronics

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    Why does Loosewires writing style remind me of a Haiku...
     
  8. jpanhalt

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    Now, THAT might be a worthwhile poll. :D

    John
     
  9. loosewire

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    If you are In a doctors office and have an emergency,the staff calls
    911,the doctor don't want all the problems that go with your death.
    In most cases you are transported to a county tramua center by county
    E.M.T.'s. Most doctors that are working with possible critical cases
    are a member of staff of a county hospital,If you happen to pass a way
    a county emergency room doctor pronoun's you dead. Off to the county
    medical examiners office because your doctor was at home calling in
    treatment. The medical examiner is hired by the county,his first reports of death
    and cause are faxed to the doctor and hospital.You have to make a trip to
    get your copy.The most defenseable cause of death Is heart failure,99% of
    death certificate say heart failure. That protected the system from law suits.
    Different univeristies have the high tech Instuments and machines and
    educated people in the fields of medicine to really trace the cause of death,the average death is not deemed worthy of that. Only a highly publized mystery
    death get that treatment,so when your heart stops In most cases that the end.
    A private medical examiner and test could cost millions. They figure If your heart
    stop's,the rest of the reason's don't matter. (Criminal cases not Included)
     
  10. loosewire

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    Are you guy's calling me writer,for real you think that much of my work.
     
  11. blueroomelectronics

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    It's the hard cartridge returns that make your work unique.
     
  12. jpanhalt

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    You mean autopsy. I don't believe there is such a thing as a "private" medical examiner. If you can find one private autopsy that cost at least $2million, please let us know.

    That is exactly the sort of misinformation I was afraid this thread would lead to. It is completely inaccurate. You cannot show one death certificate here "heart stoppage" is all that is listed as cause of death.

    John
     
  13. wr8y

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    If you would stop the "hard carriage returns" your posts would be easier to read.

    Also, try to avoid making long posts with just one paragraph. Sometimes it is hard to follow you.
     
  14. Nanophotonics

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    This thread reminds me of the horror movie Pathology (2008).
     
  15. jpanhalt

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    I missed that one. What's the story line?

    John
     
  16. Nanophotonics

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    It's basically a group of pathology interns working as a team at a hospital where each one of them would have their chance to murder some random people. Then another member of the team would be challenged to determine the cause of death of the victim, that is, how was the crime committed. The best amongst them would be the one who would have committed the perfect undetectable crime.
     
  17. jpanhalt

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    Ugh, I am glad I didn't see it. My wife used to joke about adding a line to her Will that she be tested for deuterium (D2O) in the event of her untimely death. Of course, that was in the days before every lab had a mass spectrometer.

    John
     
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