Post Mortem


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Post Mortem

A slang term for a meeting or series of meetings in which participants attempt to discover what went wrong with a failed project. For example, if a marketing campaign does not increase sales of a product, the company may conduct a post mortem to determine why it did not.
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Safety and shrouding of the body and proper identification are also important aspects of post mortem nursing care and will be discussed in the article.
Prof Van Velzen responded two months later, claiming no post mortem was carried out 'in the classic sense
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It was stated in the mentioned post mortem report that the deceased Akhtar Ali was subjected to serve physical torture during his illegal custody, injury on the scalp, the skull fracture and presence of heamitma in the brain are suggestive of the injury of the brain due to blunt trauma caused his death.
But the Edinburgh man's grieving family delayed his funeral and paid for their own post mortem in Scotland to try to piece together what happened to him.
A second post mortem has taken place in a bid to discover the exact cause of her death and police plan to make further inquiries at the care home where she lived for a number of years.
A spokeswoman for Northumbria Police said: "A post mortem into the death of a 70-year-old man has now been competed and the death is no longer being treated as suspicious.
THE pathologist who carried out the controversial post mortem on Jean Charles de Menezes faces being struck off.
PROFESSOR van Velzen did a full post mortem examination on the body of a 15-year-old boy without the parents' consent, the GMC heard today.
A spokeswoman said a post mortem would take place this morning.
A POST mortem exam was being carried out last night on a man who drowned in a lake in Co Cavan.
Mr Cotter said it was unlikely that a great deal would be found from a second post mortem examination but it was safer to carry one out for subsequent police inquiries or any future trial.