Many doctors do not even accept the notion of brain death
, the head of the hospital's intensive care unit Theodoros Kyprianou said, a point echoed by others.
Paris, November 15 ( ANI ): A healthy baby was delivered three months after the mother suffered brain death
due to a stroke.
The market offers a variety of brain monitoring devices (electroencephalograph, intracranial pressure monitors, Transcranial Doppler, magnetoencephalography, and cerebral oximeters), which help in monitoring a range of functions, such as electrical and neural activity, pressure surrounding the brain, velocity of blood flow in veins and arteries in the brain in case of epilepsy, brain death
, traumatic brain injury, etc.
In pediatric neurology consultation which was necessary for a diagnosis of brain death
, it was stated that two clinical examinations and two electroencephalograms (EEG) 48 hours apart were required and this diagnosis could not be made, since the patient was younger than 7 days.
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Her condition was noted as brain death
, but the international medical standards for the brain death
did not comply with her condition.
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The proceeds of the four-day festival will be allocated for the Foundation's patients including those who are suffering from diseases of quadriplegia and migraines, brain death
, artificial respiration, stages of late cancer and the elderly people.
Masud Yavary said, "The wrist and hand of a 25-year-old brain death
person was transplanted to a 37-year-old man who had lost his hand six years ago in an accident using a meat grinder.
Clinical death can precede brain death
by around two minutes.
The retrieval of vital organs from patients who are deemed to have suffered brain death
or cardiac death poses a serious moral problem.
But the century's most ominous milestone in death detection (if one accepts Teresi's overall perspective) was that "we begin to see a shift from what today we would call cardiopulmonary death to brain death