Virtual Autopsy

Virtual Autopsy

Digital Kazakhstan Program: Digital Morgue and Virtual Autopsy

World experience shows that traditional methods in many sectors of the economy are becoming a thing of the past, and digital technologies are taking their place. And the forensic service was no exception. A year and a half of a pandemic, various kinds of emergencies and man-made disasters show that human resources are not unlimited …

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Beth McKendrick, DIT Country Director supports Virtual Autopsy implementation in Kazakhstan.

Beth Mckendrick welcomed the guests, government representatives and the scientific community at the opening ceremony of the Virtual Autopsy Solutions conference in Kazakhstan in October 2021.  She said, “this sets’ another example of the strong political and trade relationship between Kazakhstan and the United Kingdom. United Kingdom is a leader in digital technology and has …

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Equipment for virtual autopsy presented in Kazakhstan

The new equipment Virtual Autopsy is planned to be delivered to Kazakhstan. “The most important thing in a virtual autopsy is that you can virtually cut the body, even a million times, and restore the body to its pre-excision state. This process is absolutely impossible in a physical autopsy. Once the body is excised, you …

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Delhi: AIIMS set to start virtual autopsy, no cuts needed

NEW DELHI: For a family that has lost someone to unnatural death, be it suicide or accident, the grief is compounded when they have to witness the dissected and sutured body after the autopsy. Postmortem examination is an integral part of medicine, which involves dissecting the body from top to bottom. To avoid this, All …

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Global Forensic Imaging Market (2021 to 2028) – Share, Size, Trends & Industry Analysis Report – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The global forensic imaging market expected to reach US$ 139.5 million by 2028 according to the study. This report gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth. The global forensic imaging market is driven by few notable factors such as innovations in medical imaging, rising criminal activities coupled …

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India to start Virtual Autopsy soon says Union Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan

NEW DELHI: India will soon adopt the virtual autopsy procedure which involves conducting postmortem by scanning the organs, bones and tissues instead of making an incision or dissecting the body with AIIMS, Delhi and Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) jointly working on the technique that is expected to become functional in the next six …

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Growing Demand for Postmortem Imaging

Postmortem examination by means of computed tomography and other imaging techniques is still a novelty in many countries. But at the forensic institute of the University of Zurich, Switzerland, scanning the bodies is daily routine. By Irène Dietschi The man’ s body, after being exhumed from the cemetery in the early morning hours, was brought …

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SCB proposes govt to adopt virtual autopsy

The method involves conducting postmortem by scanning the organs, bones and tissues CUTTACK: The Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (FMT) department in SCB Medical College and Hospital (SCB MCH) has proposed the State government to adopt the virtual autopsy procedure in its legal system.Virtual autopsy involves conducting postmortem by scanning the organs, bones and tissues instead of …

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AIIMS, ICMR working on virtual autopsy technique: Govt in Rajya Sabha

Delhi’s AIIMS and Indian Council of Medical Research are jointly working on a technique for postmortem without dissecting the body and it is likely to be functional within the next six months, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. India will be the first country to start “virtual autopsy” in the …

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