What safeguards are used to prevent premature burial or cremation?

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#1 Thu, 11/21/2019 - 4:04pm
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What safeguards are used to prevent premature burial or cremation?

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Hi -

There are 38 documented (accepted by medicine as true) cases where someone declared dead revived after some time had elapsed. I have seen doctors comment that the actual number of such cases is much higher, because most cases are not reported due to possible legal and malpractice implications for the doctor pronouncing death.

Does the mortuary industry use any standard safeguards to make absolutely sure the deceased cannot revive, prior to burial or cremation?

If not, are there any safeguards which someone in a terminal situation should request from their attending physicians?

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EW

Fri, 05/08/2020 - 6:37am
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An important point of the

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An important point of the mortuary industry is discussed for the terms. The scope of australianhelp.com review is different for the mortuary industry for the burial and such activities for the safeguard and safety of the citizens.

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