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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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The effect of postmortem time on integrity of total RNA was assessed by agarose gel electrophoresis.
In addition, marine life can cause postmortem damage to a body.
Proceeding with postmortem sperm retrieval would be easy if there were always a will or other documentation that clearly stated the deceased man's desire to have a sperm sample collected.
This procedure was used for all animals, including those that underwent microdialysis and those sacrificed for determination of postmortem striatal tissue DA concentrations.
They are characterized as follows: 7058 dried postmortem blood specimens prepared by applying 25 [micro]L of blood, collected at autopsy, to S&S Grade 903 filter paper (Schleicher and Schnell); 1195 dried blood specimens from healthy newborns obtained from routine newborn screening at Neo Gen Screening; 263 dried blood spots from older infants (age >30 days) with negative findings for metabolic disorders; and 30 dried postmortem bile specimens prepared by applying 25 [micro]L of bile in the same manner as blood specimens.
Looking at the soild arthropods, and particularly the mites, we do find that there are some significant changes in the soil fauna that will be of considerable use in estimating postmortem intervals, once we get things worked out a little better," he says.
A frequent presenter to professional groups such as the Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT), the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS), and the California Association of Toxicologists (CAT), he has frequently been consulted on postmortem and human performance toxicology issues.
At 45 min postmortem, muscle samples for the analysis of glycogen and lactate contents were taken from the longissimus lumborum muscle at the 9th and 10th thoracic vertebrae.
The postmortem report confirmed that the time of deaths of the victims of terrorism was between as 24-30 hours before the time of postmortem.
The postmortem carried out on his body revealed a [euro]3 bag of legal highs led to a massive heart attack and subsequent brain damage.
The Delhi High Court has sought a response from the state government, the police and the Rohini jail authorities on the death of a 23- year- old youth while in judicial custody and the failure to conduct a postmortem.
Postmortem done by inexperienced medical board -- ostmortem done by inexperienced medical board