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Question about death certificate?

A: The doctor likely didn''t want to totally commit himself in case anything came up later and an autopsy was done that showed some other cause of death. In other words, the doctor was legally covering his butt. Perhaps your dad (sorry for his passing, by the way) had other medical conditions that could have some day been causative to his death, and since his doctor knew of them, determined that the most probable cause was the actual heart attack at the time. Why don''t you ask the doctor? that means by the way it appears this is what happened.alot of things they can tell that makes them think this.and he write probable ? beause no autopsy was done.there is alot of things that give them clues.sorry about your loss. Dear that''s just the way...


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How to File a death certificate in Kosciusko County, Indiana

A: Kosciusko is one of the many counties in Indiana. Filing a death certificate is necessary for reasons such as genealogy or family history, government assistance or benefits, inheritance or estate settlement, insurance or pensions or retirement, legal purposes, personal records, and Social Security cards or benefits. A death certificate in Kosciusko may also help the survivors of a deceased person prevent identity theft....


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can Pulmonary TB be an underlying cause of myocardial infarction? my grandfather''s death certificate listed that theunderlying cause of death is acute MI and hypertension was listed as a significant condition contributing to death.however, he was hospit

A: Hi,Both pulmonary TB and myocardial infarction can lead to the death of the patient. However, pulmonary TBdoesn?t lead to myocardial infarction. Myocardial infarction is caused by the narrowing of the coronaryvessels due to the development of the atherosclerotic plaque. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care....
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What does aspiration of blood mean on a death certificate?

A: They browned in there own blood Aspiration means the drawing of a fluid. If I had to guess it means they basically bled to death. i think it means they breathed blood into the lungs Aspiration is breathing in, so I guess they drowned in their own blood which is an awful thought Drowning from blood in the lungs. S/he was breathing out blood. Aspiration of blood generally mean the lungs filled with blood. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulmonary_aspiration i think it means that the blood was inhaled therfore blocking the air passage They cough up the blood. Inhalation of blood into the lungs, I think....


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why would a death certificate be withheld?

A:  that would depend on where you live. Askpedia Questions When using Askpedia, BEFORE you submit your question, use the "Question Details" box to explain your question further. After you submit your question use the "add details box. Each day you log on you receive 3 points, if you make your question worth 1 point that’s 3 questions you can ask. If you are awarded a best answer you also get points, which you can ask questions with.. Law and Regulation Questions When asking questions about law, you need to state the applicable city, county, state, and/or country. If a regulation you may need to give program name.. Is there something suspicious about the death? Use the blue “add details” button located below your question to give us details. Follow...


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Who can sign death certificates?

A: In most industrialized countries, including the United States and Great Britain, a licensed physician must sign the death certificate of a deceased person. In the absence of a physician''s signature, a medical examiner must conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of death.References:Encyclopedia of death and Dying: death certificate...


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Trouble Obtaining a death certificate

A: Dear Tina, At this point I don"t have an answer, but I do have a question. Who is the beneficiary on the life insurance policy? If you can provide me the name of the company, your aunt"s name, SS#, date of birth and policy number, I can try to intercede for you. Willard R. Brumbaugh, LUTCF www.willardbrumbaugh.com CA License 0374776...
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When you die how is a death certificate issued?

A: the physician who pronounces death has to sign the death certificate with information about the death, and it is registered with the vital statistics office where you live and the deceased''s next of kin will be given a copy...
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Daughter's death certificate

A: They may be doing various tests to see if there could be other causes. And they may be backed up. However, 4-6 months seems like an inappropriately long time. I would start with the Health Department and file a complaint about the delay. Then see what they say. I"m assuming there"s no reason to suspect foul-play....
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why would a medical examiner not be able to ascertain cause of death. My child''s death certif gives COD ''undetermined''

A: hmmm. PamPerdue said: 1 The cause of death is undetermined for the same reason we can''t cure cancer. The human body is complicated. We don''t understand it all. The remarkable thing is that the cause of death isn''t ALWAYS undetermined. I''m very sorry to hear about your loss. Sign in to report abuse or send a compliment 29 months ago saintgertrude said: 2 My sincere sympathies...


 
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