Doctors call for global consensus on diagnosis of death

There needs to be international agreement on when and how death is diagnosed, two leading doctors suggest. At a European meeting of anaesthetists they said improvements in technology mean the line between life and death is less clear. They called for precise guidelines and more research to prevent the rare occasions when people are pronounced dead but are later found to be alive.


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