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Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012, In : death 
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If...
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e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
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Showing category "death" (Show all posts)

Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012, In : death 
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If...
Continue reading ...
 

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "death" (Show all posts)

Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012, In : death 
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If...
Continue reading ...
 

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "death" (Show all posts)

Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012, In : death 
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If...
Continue reading ...
 

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "death" (Show all posts)

Asystole

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 16, 2012, In : death 
Asystole is a condition or rate of a heart beat without electrical activity and without electrical activity the heart is unable to pump blood. It can be seen as a flat line on a heart monitor as in death.  There is primary asystole and secondary asystole.  Primary asystole occurs when heart cells can no longer produce their metabolic process in order for your heart to continue it's function. As people get older their bodies are subject to degeneration of cells as part of the aging process. If...
Continue reading ...
 

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...