Wolfgang Giebe

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Objective: Case reports of two patients who developed fatal cardiac arrhythmias several days after blunt chest trauma.¶Design: Case reports.¶Setting: Surgical intensive care unit of a university hospital.¶Patients: A 23-year-old man and a 9-year-old girl with blunt chest trauma and multiple further injuries following car crashes were transferred to our(More)
The authors report on the death of a 25-year-old man due to electric current in prison, which was not recognized at first. The fatal accident was caused by a self-made electric kettle. The only electrothermal skin lesions were some pinhead-sized electric marks on the left thumb. Careful external inspection of the body in combination with an analysis of the(More)
A version of the software package AMBA/R-CHRO developed by the Institute of Breeding Research Quedlinburg and by the Institute of Forensic Medicine, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, which is suited for the evaluation of banded human chromosomes, is presented. The parameter which are required for paternity diagnostics (absolute length of the chromosomes,(More)
Blood samples sent in for analysis in 1992 and 1993 showed an increase in the BAC values of offenders in the "driving under the influence" category. At the same time it was found that, proportionally, the number of people whose BAC was below 0.8% had dropped. The same trend could be observed in the "road accident" category. This trend continued throughout(More)
The use of a sex-specific “average-r” of 0.6 for females and 0.7 for males for calculating blood ethanol concentration based on specified quantities of drinks contains relatively many errors because individual factors affecting the size of errors are not taken into consideration. These deviations may be minimized by including the total bodyweight and the(More)
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