preacherman76 Posted May 5, 2022 #176 Share Posted May 5, 2022 2 hours ago, psyche101 said: Why do you make stuff up? https://www.resuscitationjournal.com/article/S0300-9572(14)00739-4/fulltext Several studies have formed this theory. Methods The incidence and validity of awareness together with the range, characteristics and themes relating to memories/cognitive processes during CA was investigated through a 4 year multi-center observational study using a three stage quantitative and qualitative interview system. The feasibility of objectively testing the accuracy of claims of visual and auditory awareness was examined using specific tests. The outcome measures were (1) awareness/memories during CA and (2) objective verification of claims of awareness using specific tests. Results Among 2060 CA events, 140 survivors completed stage 1 interviews, while 101 of 140 patients completed stage 2 interviews. 46% had memories with 7 major cognitive themes: fear; animals/plants; bright light; violence/persecution; deja-vu; family; recalling events post-CA and 9% had NDEs, while 2% described awareness with explicit recall of ‘seeing’ and ‘hearing’ actual events related to their resuscitation. One had a verifiable period of conscious awareness during which time cerebral function was not expected. Conclusions CA survivors commonly experience a broad range of cognitive themes, with 2% exhibiting full awareness. This supports other recent studies that have indicated consciousness may be present despite clinically undetectable consciousness. This together with fearful experiences may contribute to PTSD and other cognitive deficits post CA. And that was penned in 2014. Here is a list of follow up studies that you keep saying do not exist. Which is just another lie, or ignorant assumption. Take your pick. https://www.resuscitationjournal.com/action/doSearch?AllField="Near death experiences"&journalCode=resus Or you could read up and stop making crap up on the spot. That's an older view. Has been for several years now. Suffice to say, you're wrong. Ohhhhhh what a lie. Belief isn't science. Read your sentence again, it's a bloody oxymoron genius. You are an enemy of reason. Mmm isn’t that exactly my argument though? That consciousness remains present? Even when a person is clinically dead. Thanks for sharing. If I am an enemy of reason, you should be more careful inadvertently supporting my arguments. 1 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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