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Biochemistry Changes That Occur after Death: Potential Markers for Determining Post-Mortem Interval
Death is likely to result in very extensive biochemical changes in all body tissues due to lack of circulating oxygen, altered enzymatic reactions, cellular degradation, and cessation of anabolicExpand
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Estimation of post-mortem interval using biochemical markers
Determining the post-mortem interval (PMI) or time of death is a critical step in most homicide or un-witnessed death investigations. However, the various methods currently used in estimating PMIExpand
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Metabolomics of post-mortem blood: identifying potential markers of post-mortem interval
Abstract Death results in changes in some metabolites in body tissues due to lack of circulating oxygen, altered enzymatic reactions, cellular degradation, and cessation of anabolic production ofExpand
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Using oral microbial DNA analysis to identify expirated bloodspatter
Distinguishing expirated bloodstains (blood forced by airflow out of the nose, mouth or a chest wound) from impact spatter (blood from gunshots, explosives, blunt force trauma and/or machineryExpand
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Failure of the classic LMA and Aintree catheter with bronchoscope for tracheal intubation while performing manual inline stabilisation.
Despite obtaining good views of the laryngeal inlet with the bronchoscope and passing the tip of the fibreoptic bronchoscope into the subglottic space, the authors were unable to railroad the AintreeExpand
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Characterising the dynamics of expirated bloodstain pattern formation using high-speed digital video imaging
During forensic investigations, it is often important to be able to distinguish between impact spatter patterns (blood from gunshots, explosives, blunt force trauma and/or machinery accidents) andExpand
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Forensic clinical nurses in emergency departments: An emerging need for New Zealand
Abstract Aim: This article reports on a systematic review of the literature, which was undertaken to gather evidence to support the establishment of clinical forensic nurse specialist roles withinExpand
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Rehabilitation release of vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus hilgerti) in south coast Kenya : a scientific approach
Translocation is a tool for conserving animals and their environment. It is a complex process that involves detailed planning and preparation. The IUCN/SSC/RSG specifies the need for scientificExpand
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Forensic Analysis of Expirated blood
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