Forensic medicine

Death by chokehold in forensic medicine, Asphyxiation by carbon oxide, Death by hanging in forensic medicine, Death in liquid, Rape and genitourinary medicine, Outline of suffocation.

Trauma in medicine

All damage to hard and soft tissue is caused by objects. Each type of object that affects the body creates damage with its own characteristics, these characteristics help the assessor to judge the type of weapon.

Suffocation outline

There is enough oxygen in the blood, but cellular respiration does not receive them, which is seen in the case of poisoning with cyanydric acid (HCN) and some other substances.

Hanging death in forensic medicine

A hanging groove is a specific sign to identify hanging dead, so when examining, it is necessary to observe and carefully describe the shape, color, size, position, nature, and characteristics of the hanging groove.

Death cause neck strangulation in forensic medicine

The mechanism of death by neck blockade is similar to that of death in strangulation: tracheal compression, vascular compression, and inhibitory reflexes.

Dead in liquid

Special cases such as a death in water tanks, jars, and cases of people who are anemic or children. Dying in a puddle occurs in epileptic people when they fall face down in a puddle.

Asphyxiation due to carbon oxide

Thus, if the carbon oxide concentration is 0.07%, all hemoglobin will be immobilized and lead to carbon oxide poisoning. If the carbon oxide concentration is less than 0.07%, only a portion of the hemoglobin is immobilized and causes mild or chronic toxicity.

Forensic cadaver

It has been determined that after death, the water in the cadaver will be gradually lost through evaporation at the cadaver surface, causing the weight of the cadaver to decrease. Average weight loss 1kg per day.

Injury caused by explosive gas due to guns in forensic medicine

In order to be able to answer the injuries and traces left by explosive gas due to guns, the assessor needs to apply more knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and forensic chemistry (chemistry) in the monitoring work. determined.

Toxic substances

In daily life around us, there are many toxic substances, from natural plants to chemical products, pharmaceutical chemicals, so it is easy to find, easy to use and the situation of poisoning is increasing. 

Rape and sexual forensics

Rape can happen while working normally, sleeping, drunk, under anesthesia, hypnotized or suffering from a mental disorder.