Published in Hospital Law Weekly, January 24th, 2008
"This study examines whether postmortem computed tomography (''CATopsy'') can be used to determine cause of death in trauma patients. Patients who presented to the trauma service and subsequently died within the first 24 hours of their hospitalization were prospectively enrolled. Any patient who underwent a major invasive procedure within this time frame was excluded. After pronouncement of death, each patient had a CATopsy...
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