Suffocation and Asphyxia

Medicine (Forensic)

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Suffocation and Asphyxia
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Asphyxia
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Signs of Asphyxia
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Suffocation and Smothering
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Gagging and Choking
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Traumatic and Postural Asphyxia

Lecture´s Description

Anything that interferes with oxygen transfer can be called asphyxia, though etymologically the word means absence of pulsation. Non-specific autopsy signs include abnormal fluidity of blood, post-mortem clotting. Traumatic asphyxia is caused by an intense compression of the thoracic cavity.

Suffocation is a death caused by reduction of the oxygen concentration in the respired atmosphere, formerly called a vitiated atmosphere. Another type of death which is caused from mechanical occlusion of the mouth and nose is classified as smothering.

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