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Year Number of Results
1938 1
1939 1
1945 54
1946 171
1947 196
1948 201
1949 174
1950 323
1951 369
1952 389
1953 436
1954 369
1955 390
1956 455
1957 473
1958 473
1959 452
1960 426
1961 478
1962 513
1963 912
1964 1177
1965 704
1966 463
1967 483
1968 615
1969 588
1970 613
1971 546
1972 560
1973 644
1974 592
1975 671
1976 688
1977 750
1978 801
1979 789
1980 804
1981 686
1982 720
1983 757
1984 882
1985 903
1986 914
1987 956
1988 1060
1989 1063
1990 1037
1991 955
1992 1143
1993 1103
1994 1037
1995 990
1996 989
1997 1011
1998 1028
1999 1034
2000 1094
2001 1090
2002 1110
2003 1157
2004 1223
2005 1312
2006 1343
2007 1465
2008 1578
2009 1691
2010 1838
2011 1987
2012 2163
2013 2196
2014 2403
2015 2429
2016 2408
2017 2386
2018 2228
2019 1092
2020 26
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Brain Death: A Conclusion in Search of a Justification.
Shewmon DA. Hastings Cent Rep 2018. PMID 30584860
At its inception, "brain death" was proposed not as a coherent concept but as a useful one. The 1968 Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard Medical School to Examine the Definition of Brain Death gave no reason that "irreversible coma" should be death itself, but simply asserted that the time had come for it to be declared so. ...In this essay, I focus on this mainstream concept, arguing that equating brain death with death involves several levels of incoherence: between concept and criterion, between criterion and tests, between tests and concept, and between all of these and actual brain death praxis....
At its inception, "brain death" was proposed not as a coherent concept but as a useful one. The 1968 Ad Hoc Committee of the Harvard …
On the physical death of Jesus Christ.
Edwards WD, et al. JAMA 1986. PMID 3512867
Jesus of Nazareth underwent Jewish and Roman trials, was flogged, and was sentenced to death by crucifixion. The scourging produced deep stripelike lacerations and appreciable blood loss, and it probably set the stage for hypovolemic shock, as evidenced by the fact that Jesus was too weakened to carry the crossbar (patibulum) to Golgotha. ...Accordingly, death resulted primarily from hypovolemic shock and exhaustion asphyxia. Jesus' death was ensured by the thrust of a soldier's spear into his side. ...
Jesus of Nazareth underwent Jewish and Roman trials, was flogged, and was sentenced to death by crucifixion. The scourging produced d …
What sort of death matters?
Roache R. J Med Ethics 2017. PMID 29066601
Rectal temperature-based death time estimation in infants.
Igari Y, et al. Leg Med (Tokyo) 2016. PMID 26980252
The interval between the last time the infant was seen alive and the time that he/she was found dead was defined as the death time interval and compared with the estimated time of death. ...We conclude that Ohno's method and Modification A are useful for death time estimation in infants. However, it is important to accept the estimated time of death with certain latitude considering other circumstances....
The interval between the last time the infant was seen alive and the time that he/she was found dead was defined as the death time in …
Body farms
Forbes S. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28944444
Body farms
Madea B and Doberentz E. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28905205
Body farms
Blau S. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28967034
Body farms
Gill J. Forensic Sci Med Pathol 2017. PMID 28914411
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