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Book Review: <i> Erasing Death : The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life and Death </i> by Sam Parnia MD and Josh Young
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Erasing Death:The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life and Death  
by Sam Parnia MD and Josh Young is a fascinating book on the
intricacies of reversing the death process. The art has developed
at a modest pace from 1749-1949. Initially, resuscitation was
the popular mode for reversing death through CPR and cardiac
massage. Practitioners would utilize closed chest compression
and mouth to mouth resuscitation to bring back people who were
in the throes of dying.
 
Dr. Parnia describes electric shock therapy which was used to
shock the heart back into operation. After resuscitation,
some patients burned from toxic fury. 
 
Dr. Lance Becker explains how cells can die more quickly with full oxygenation 
as is done with artificial oxygenation for people who've died recently.
Further research showed that cooling processes reduce swelling and
pressure. And so, many deaths have been reversed by cooling the patient.
 
Newly developed  techniques have proven to be effective in revitalizing both the mind
and body. These techniques are employed in roughly half of the medical facilities
throughout the United States and Europe. 
 
The author explains that with oxygenation, fat globules are deposited into the 
bloodstream. From there, they go into the brain and heart where capillaries are 
small. The fat globules open to release oxygen thereby slowing cell death 
significantly after a person  dies. The path of the calpain enzyme is blocked
which results in slowing brain damage significantly.
 
The book explains how a patient can go from consciousness to a sleep
mode for days or even years at a time. After resuscitation, patients
had a good recollection of the people who treated them. And so,
the human mind and psyche continue on after the first few hours of
death according to Dr. Parnia.
 
Erasing Death:The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life and Death  
by Sam Parnia MD and Josh Young is a wonderful book which takes readers to the
outer frontiers of medicine, body and soul. The presentation will be enjoyed by a wide
audience in virtually every major profession.Book Review: Erasing Death : The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life and Death by Sam Parnia MD and Josh Young
Erasing Death:The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life and Death  by Sam Parnia MD and Josh Young is a fascinating book on the intricacies of reversing the death process. The art has developed at a modest pace from 1749-1949. Initially, resuscitation was the popular mode for reversing death through CPR and cardiac massage. Practitioners would utilize closed chest compression and mouth to mouth resuscitation to bring back people who were
in the throes of dying.
 
Dr. Parnia describes electric shock therapy which was used to shock the heart back into operation. After resuscitation, some patients burned from toxic fury. Dr. Lance Becker explains how cells can die more quickly with full oxygenation as is done with artificial oxygenation for people who've died recently. Further research showed that cooling processes reduce swelling and
pressure. And so, many deaths have been reversed by cooling the patient.
 
Newly developed  techniques have proven to be effective in revitalizing both the mind and body. These techniques are employed in roughly half of the medical facilities throughout the United States and Europe. 
 
The author explains that with oxygenation, fat globules are deposited into the bloodstream. From there, they go into the brain and heart where capillaries are small. The fat globules open to release oxygen thereby slowing cell death significantly after a person  dies. The path of the calpain enzyme is blocked which results in slowing brain damage significantly.
 
The book explains how a patient can go from consciousness to a sleep mode for days or even years at a time. After resuscitation, patients had a good recollection of the people who treated them. And so, the human mind and psyche continue on after the first few hours of death according to Dr. Parnia.
 
Erasing Death:The Science That Is Rewriting The Boundaries Between Life and Death  by Sam Parnia MD and Josh Young is a wonderful book which takes readers to the outer frontiers of medicine, body and soul. The presentation will be enjoyed by a wide audience in virtually every major profession.
 
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April 16, 2013
This could change many assumptions about when the afterlife starts.
 
April 09, 2013
interesting
 
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