Dr. Paul Byrne in Leominster

by Datechguy | November 13th, 2012

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Dr. Paul Byrne in Leominster

On Sun­day night I attended a pre­sen­ta­tion by Dr. Paul Byrne con­cern­ing Organ Trans­plants and “Brain Death”

The Doc­tor has impres­sive credentials:

Inter­est­ingly enough there is an arti­cle at the BBC on this very sub­ject:

A Cana­dian man who was believed to have been in a veg­e­ta­tive state for more than a decade, has been able to tell sci­en­tists that he is not in any pain.

It’s the first time an uncom­mu­nica­tive, severely brain-​injured patient has been able to give answers clin­i­cally rel­e­vant to their care.

Scott Rout­ley, 39, was asked ques­tions while hav­ing his brain activ­ity scanned in an fMRI machine.

His doc­tor says the dis­cov­ery means med­ical text­books will need rewriting.

I have two excepts from his presentation:

And some pho­tos as well:

One of the slides in his presentation

You never saw so many nuns in tra­di­tional garb anywhere:

This made it impos­si­ble for me to keep my fedora on dur­ing the presentation

When the pre­sen­ta­tion was done he took ques­tions on many subjects:

Donor Cards

Moral­ity of the issue

Can­cer & Donation

Pro­life and the Government

On Oba­macare

And the change in standards

He made an inter­est­ing point that nobody begrudged Chris Reeve years on a ven­ti­la­tor but would ques­tion if it is a way to live for others.

His book is Finis Vitale Brain death vs True Death and he seemed less inter­ested in sell­ing it as mak­ing sure peo­ple read it, by giv­ing it away if nec­es­sary.

Never saw an author with that kind of atti­tude before.

If he is the slight­est bit right, and peo­ple are alive and aware dur­ing the hours it takes to remove organs then it is one of the most hor­ri­ble things I’ve ever heard of.

Here are the rest of the shots:

On Sunday night I attended a presentation by Dr. Paul Byrne concerning Organ Transplants and “Brain Death”

The Doctor has impressive credentials:

Interestingly enough there is an article at the BBC on this very subject:

A Canadian man who was believed to have been in a vegetative state for more than a decade, has been able to tell scientists that he is not in any pain.

It’s the first time an uncommunicative, severely brain-injured patient has been able to give answers clinically relevant to their care.

Scott Routley, 39, was asked questions while having his brain activity scanned in an fMRI machine.

His doctor says the discovery means medical textbooks will need rewriting.

I have two excepts from his presentation:

And some photos as well:

One of the slides in his presentation

You never saw so many nuns in traditional garb anywhere:

This made it impossible for me to keep my fedora on during the presentation

When the presentation was done he took questions on many subjects:

Donor Cards

Morality of the issue

Cancer & Donation

Prolife and the Government

On Obamacare

And the change in standards

He made an interesting point that nobody begrudged Chris Reeve years on a ventilator but would question if it is a way to live for others.

His book is Finis Vitale Brain death vs True Death and he seemed less interested in selling it as making sure people read it, by giving it away if necessary.

Never saw an author with that kind of attitude before.

If he is the slightest bit right, and people are alive and aware during the hours it takes to remove organs then it is one of the most horrible things I’ve ever heard of.

Here are the rest of the shots:

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