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Sudden Death in Epilepsy

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Sudden Death in Epilepsy by Claire M. Lathers,Paul L. Schraeder,Michael W. Bungo,Jan E. Leestma Book Summary:

Though it is one of the most common causes of death in epilepsy patients, SUDEP is still infrequently and even reluctantly named on autopsy reports. This under-reporting equates to a lack of attention and earnest investigation into the cause, predisposition, and prevention of SUDEP. There is as yet little effort to establish an actionable strategy in the mitigation of these potentially fatal arrhythmias. Expanding on the 1990 book Epilepsy and Sudden Death, edited by Lathers and Schraeder, Sudden Death in Epilepsy: Forensic and Clinical Issues reviews of the basic science of epilepsy as it relates to SUDEP. Clinical chapters study the sophisticated simultaneous ambulatory EKG and EEG telemetry and respiratory function monitoring of patients at risk for sudden death that will help identify cardiac, respiratory, and epileptogenic interactions involved. Chapters on animal models evaluate new data from studies that build on previously used models and emphasize that multiple models are needed to investigate the pathophysiology of SUDEP, to hypothesize about effective treatments, to develop pilot studies in persons with epilepsy, and to conduct confirmatory large-scale clinical trials. Contributions discuss the interaction between the central and peripheral autonomic nervous systems and the cardiopulmonary systems; proposed mechanistic factors in SUDEP; risk categories of arrhythmogenic, respiratory, and hypoxia related cardiac death; psychological, emotional, and stress related factors; the role of alcohol and drugs in seizures; and the potential mitigating properties of antiepileptic medication. Adopting a global, multidisciplinary focus to address the mystery of SUDEP, this important work provides clinicians, researchers, patients, and families with the knowledge to freely discuss the phenomenon and thereby discover the preventive treatment regimens to decrease the occurrence of SUDEP.

Sudden Deaths in Custody

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Sudden Deaths in Custody by Darrell L. Ross,Ted Chan,Theodore C. Chan Book Summary:

This book specifically addresses sudden in-custody restraint deaths that occur after a violent confrontation. The criteria include: death resulted after a violent confrontation with police or correction personnel; the death resulted after the use of force control measures or restraint that was used; the individual died on scene, during transport, or in a hospital within minutes or hours after the altercation; and the incident involved a person who exhibited behaviors induced by being under the influence of a chemical substance, or whose behaviors were caused by mental impairment.

Pathology of the Heart and Sudden Death in Forensic Medicine

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Pathology of the Heart and Sudden Death in Forensic Medicine by Vittorio Fineschi,Giorgio Baroldi,Malcolm D. Silver Book Summary:

Addressing the pathology of the heart and cardiovascular system from a forensic perspective, Pathology of the Heart and Sudden Death in Forensic Investigations guides the pathologist toward the effective resolution of cases. It critically reviews pertinent facts by revisiting pathologic findings and comparing them to etiopathogenic hypotheses, proposing new ones substantiated by previously misinterpreted or ignored facts. It also presents recent findings on pediatric pathology. The book describes the basic functional anatomy of the heart, combining views on examination from clinical and pathological perspectives. It systematically examines patho-physiologic changes and specific heart diseases and emphasizes the benefits of communication between forensic specialists and clinicians in determining cause of death. The book also assists the forensic pathologist in the presentation and interpretation of the sequence of events in a court of law. Containing 150 color photographs that demonstrate forensic aspects of cardiopathology, the book offers a single source of pertinent information that is essential for every forensic pathologist to have when investigating a case.

Sudden Death: Intervention Skills for the Emergency Services

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Sudden Death: Intervention Skills for the Emergency Services by Tricia Scott Book Summary:

This book considers the practical management of sudden death and offers first-hand reflections of how emergency physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals cope. Sudden death is one of the most difficult aspects of emergency care, and the traumatic nature of some deaths can be devastating for the family and the emergency team. This book shows how practitioners confront the sudden death and the essential steps taken to manage the event that may have a critical impact on the grieving relative. The book explores the unique interactions between emergency and allied health practitioners and nurses, those who grieve and, the body itself. By understanding what is involved in sudden death work, and the practical, psychosocial and spiritual tensions that arise from managing the event and sequel, it may be possible to provide a more responsive service. The book addresses sudden death from the multi-professional emergency and allied services perspective to guide either the seasoned practitioners or the new and apprehensive recruit. National emergency response systems have been strengthened to cope with the increasing trauma and disease burden which, for many unfortunate individuals, results in an immediate or swift death trajectory. This multidisciplinary teaching text uses first-hand detailed stories of sudden death encounters. By reflecting on these ‘happenings’ and illuminating on how specific events were handled, it is possible to build a picture not only of what sudden death workers ‘do’ when sudden death occurs but also how they feel about what they ‘do’. At the end of each chapter a series of activities will be posed to encourage the reader to make sense of their own practices when handling the legal and practical aspects and when supporting families and colleagues.

Sudden Death

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Sudden Death by Alvaro Enrigue Book Summary:

A 1599 Roman tennis match between the Italian painter Caravaggio and the Spanish poet Quevedo represents the way the world changed in their times, in a novel that goes from the execution of Anne Boleyn to Mexico after the conquest.

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Sudden Death by Stefon Mears Book Summary:

They framed him ... to save him? Ramirez came home from work to a beer, a sit-com, and the messy corpse of his neighbor. Dead in his shower. Killed by a distinctive kitchen knife. With the evidence mounting against him, Ramirez flees the Bay Area and runs straight into a web of conspiracy and counter-conspiracy. How can Ramirez overcome the goals and philosophies of groups that manipulate society from the shadows? If he succeeds, what will he become? Sudden Death, by the author of Magician’s Choice and Surviving Telepathy.

Sudden Death, and how to Avoid it

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Sudden Death, and how to Avoid it by Joseph Chamberlain Furnas,Ernest Nathaniel Smith Book Summary:

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Sudden Death by Bonnie Brown Hartley Book Summary:

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Sudden Death: Medicine and Religion in Eighteenth-Century Rome

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Sudden Death: Medicine and Religion in Eighteenth-Century Rome by Maria Pia Donato Book Summary:

In 1705-1706, during the War of the Spanish Succession and two years after a devastating earthquake, an ’epidemic’ of mysterious sudden deaths terrorized Rome. In early modern society, a sudden death was perceived as a mala mors because it threatened the victim’s salvation by hindering repentance and last confession. Special masses were celebrated to implore God’s clemency and Pope Clement XI ordered his personal physician, Giovanni Maria Lancisi, to perform a series of dissections in the university anatomical theatre in order to discover the 'true causes' of the deadly events. It was the first investigation of this kind ever to take place for a condition which was not contagious. The book that Lancisi published on this topic, De subitaneis mortibus (’On Sudden Deaths’, 1707), is one of the earliest modern scientific investigations of death; it was not only an accomplished example of mechanical philosophy as applied to the life sciences in eighteenth-century Europe, but also heralded a new pathological anatomy (traditionally associated with Giambattista Morgagni). Moreover, Lancisi’s tract and the whole affair of the sudden deaths in Rome marked a significant break in the traditional attitude towards dying, introducing a more active approach that would later develop into the practice of resuscitation medicine. Sudden Death explores how a new scientific interpretation of death and a new attitude towards dying first came into being, breaking free from the Hippocratic tradition, which regarded death as the obvious limit of physician’s capacity, and leading the way to a belief in the 'conquest of death' by medicine which remains in force to this day.

Reflections on the Sudden Death of a Young Minister

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Reflections on the Sudden Death of a Young Minister by Thomas Belsham Book Summary:

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Sudden Death by Bob Wright (SRN, RMN.),Bob Wright Book Summary:

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Sudden Death by Leesa Culp,Gregg Drinnan,Bob Wilkie Book Summary:

On December 30, 1986, the Swift Current Broncos' bus crashed in horrible weather conditions, and four players died. In 1989 they won the Memorial Cup. In 1996 former Broncos coach Graham James was charged with sexual assault. This book tells the stories of some of the people involved in these events and in all that followed.

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Sudden Death by W.S. Long Book Summary:

Peruvian-Japanese pro golfer Dimas Kanashiro should have been celebrating his first major golf tournament win. Instead, the suspicious death of his boyfriend’s stepfather places Dimas’ boyfriend, Hunter Mullins, under suspicion. Carl Mullins was a lousy stepfather and lousy human being in Dimas’ book, but Hunter always thought differently. So after beating Carl in the most important golf tournament of his life, it’s now up to Dimas to help Hunter find out how his stepfather died and, if murdered, who killed him in order to clear Hunter’s name.

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Sudden Death by William Kienzle Book Summary:

"As more than a million readers have learned to their delight, Kienzle is a font of funny stories. He has created one of the most likable and authentic of all recent sleuths—the shy, sly Father Koesler—whose exploits into crime and insights into parish life have continued in seven gossipy and cozy mysteries." —Chicago Tribune "Kienzle's best book since The Rosary Murders." —Publishers Weekly "It's a cracking good mystery." —Houston Chronicle When Father Koesler joined the God Squad, he learned that all the fouls weren't on the field. Was murder someone's idea of a game? Abruptly removed from his spectator status by a chilling turnover, the amateur sleuth takes on the pros. Hank "the Hun" Hunsiger had made a career out of making enemies. The thirty-seven year-old tight end for the Pontiac Cougars was widely hated. When the clock stopped on Hunsinger's life, the only question was, which one of his many enemies did it? The focus of the police investigation turned to the God Squad, a Bible Study group consisting of a curious assortment of his Cougar associates ranging from owner Jay Galloway to rookie Kit Hoffer—plus the peripatetic Father Robert Koesler. Asked to aid in the investigation, Father Koesler leads us play by play to a startling conclusion. In his seventh appearance, Father Koesler enters the world of pro football, an involvement his readers will want to renew. From kickoff to final gun, Father Koesler wins again.

Sudden Death in the Young

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Sudden Death in the Young by Roger W. Byard Book Summary:

Highly illustrated complete overview of pathological aspects of sudden death in the young, from before birth to middle adult life.

Sudden Death?

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Sudden Death? by Stephen Rancour Book Summary:

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Sudden Death by John Carson Book Summary:

A man stabs his boss before throwing him off the roof of the office building. As Detective Inspector Frank Miller has him cornered on the roof of the building, the killer jumps to his death.A woman sets fire to the hotel kitchen where she works, then stabs and kills two co-workers before leaping to her death from the North Bridge.Miller wonders what would make two, seemingly innocent people commit such atrocious acts.The investigation leads them to a wellness centre. An undercover operation is mounted by Miller and his boss.Then another atrocity occurs, but by then, it's too late.Somebody is literally making life and death decisions, but he isn't finished yet.He's only just started...

Preventing Sudden Death in Sport and Physical Activity

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Preventing Sudden Death in Sport and Physical Activity by Douglas J. Casa Book Summary:

5 Stars! Doody's Review Service "Not only will this book educate readers on current concepts and techniques, it also will serve as a valuable reference for developing strategies, policies, and procedures for practicing clinicians." Published in Cooperation with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Preventing Sudden Death in Sport and Physical Activity examines the etiology, prevention, recognition, treatment, and return-to-play protocol of the common causes of sudden death in sport. Chapters are written by content area experts, offering a blend of clinical, scientific, and research expertise regarding each medical condition that is discussed. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.

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Sudden Death by Freeman Wills Crofts Book Summary:

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