Doctors working on new technology for postmortem

Dec 04 2019 09:50 AM
Doctors working on new technology for postmortem

New Delhi: Recently, on Tuesday i.e. December 3, 2019, the government said that a new technique can be done in India soon by a new technique in which there will be no need to tear the dead bodies. India will be the first SAARC country to introduce this method.

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According to information received from the sources, it is learned that Health and Family Welfare Minister Harsh Vardhan told the Rajya Sabha that the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and the Indian Council of Medical Research are working together on such technology in which without tearing. Only autopsy (virtual autopsy) will be possible. One of its motives is the dignified disposal of dead bodies.

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In response to various supplementary questions during Question Hour, he said that this technology is likely to be operational in the next six months. This technology has started in many countries including Switzerland, the UK, Germany, Japan, Norway. Harsh Vardhan said that in the new method, time will also be spent less and it will also be economical. Digital records can also be kept in it. He told that right now about three thousand autopsy tests are done in AIIMS every year.

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