What happens to a person dying in the water?
What happens to a person dying in the water?
- This is unknown to anyone because we are all different and the feelings can also be different
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- When a person drowns in the water, he first tries not to breathe, so as not to choke, but it lasts no more than 30 seconds. With a longer breath delay, a sensation of suffocation appears, so the drowning involuntarily begins to take deep breaths, as a result of which water enters the lungs and asphyxiation occurs. Very often, when drowning, cardiac activity stops first, then breathing.
The whole process of drowning can last 3 - 5 and more minutes.
Sometimes a person, while in the water, dies not from drowning, but from a hemorrhage to the brain, a paralysis of a painfully altered heart (especially when overfatigued by swimming). The heart can also stop as a result of a quick immersion in very cold water. In these cases, a person, losing consciousness, without an active struggle for life, almost without swallowing water into the lungs and stomach goes to the bottom.
Therefore, when extracting a corpse from the water, it is not always possible to immediately determine the death from drowning. Only after a thorough forensic investigation can you establish the true cause of death.
Signs of drowning. When the external examination of the corpse around the mouth and nose is often visible, white, sometimes with a pinkish tint (from the admixture of blood due to rupture of small vessels of the lung), finely bubbly foam. It is formed as a result of mixing in the respiratory tract of water, exhaled air and mucus. Skin covers are very pale due to the reduction of blood vessels under the influence of cold water. Usually observed "goosebumps" - a small, multiple, towering skinheads, which are formed from the reduction of the smallest muscles of hair pouches under the influence of cold water.
After a one hour stay of the corpse in the water wrinkles of the nipples, scrotum and penis are observed.
When drowning on shallow places under the fingernails of the hands, it is possible to detect sand or silt characteristic of a given body of water, in the mouth and trachea - mud, sand, and sometimes small pebbles. Cadaverous spots during drowning are reddish-purple in color.
In the internal investigation of the corpse, in addition to general asphyxic features, other features are noted. In the larynx, trachea and small bronchi, a fine bubble foam is found. The mucosa of the respiratory tract is swollen, dark-cyanotic. The lungs are sharply enlarged and cover almost the entire anterior surface of the heart. In places they are dark red, marble, edematous, full-blooded, test to the touch, on the posterolateral surfaces are visible imprints in the form of dents from the ribs. In other places, the lung tissue (especially the edges) is swollen, airy. In addition to puncture of the lungs, pale red diffuse hemorrhages in the form of spots and streaks, which are called stains of Rasskazova-Lukomsky, are found under the pleura of the lungs. Water, getting into the lungs, overflows the pulmonary alveoli and tears their walls together with the vessels. Due to the rupture of the alveolar septa, water penetrates into the blood and causes blood thinning, especially in the left half of the heart, where the blood comes from the lungs. The difference in the dilution of blood in the right and left heart in cases of drowning can be established by laboratory testing and used as evidence of death from drowning.
Together with the water through the damaged lungs and blood vessels, the smallest plant and animal organisms, the so-called plankton, enter the bloodstream. Particles of it, including the armor shells of microscopic algae - diatoms, can be detected by laboratory means in the blood of the heart and large vessels, in internal organs, in the bone marrow of tubular bones. The presence of diatoms in the internal organs and bones indicates the lifetime of drowning.
In the stomach and small intestine, water is almost always found. The amount can reach up to two liters.
- What a mischief .... depends on the object: some immediately lose consciousness, others later ...
- try, then tell me
- death in the water is called drowning and it happens 3-x species: true, syncopal and asphyxic
- The person takes a classical pose, as in the womb of the mother. All life is remembered, everything is bad and good. Read the Bible.