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At the instant of Pronouncement of untimely "Death" A novel non-invasive procedure of Cerebral Resuscitation by application of Electromagnetic Audio-Audiovisual Stimulation (EMAS)

Author Affiliations

  • 1 International Research Center for Fundamental Science (IRCFS), Sainikpuri, Secunderabad-500094, AP, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Medical Sci., Volume 2, Issue (8), Pages 5-8, August,28 (2014)

Abstract

The health community knows that there are cases of unfortunate clinical deaths, and in due course leads to brain death, which is by cessation of brain’s electrical activity. Many deaths take place because of mechanical problems or human errors in several procedures in Operation Theatre. Including, conditions of suspended animation like Comatose, vegetative state and unresponsive conscious condition. Unfortunately, all resuscitation methods concern breathing, heart beat and blood circulation, including Defibrillation or electric shocks through chest etc. There is no direct resuscitation of cerebral activity in any method. This paper is about revival of conscious brain activity under distinct conditions. These are, if the patient is not suffering from fatal decease and the patient was not undergoing life threatening procedure and has almost all internal organs healthy. Such cases have an opportunity of “One Percent Chance” of regaining consciousness by the patient, through an Electromagnetic Stimulation (EMS).

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