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3 Item(s) found for:  Autopsy and After Death Services 

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Autopsy: An important study after a death   English
Abstract: This handout explains what an autopsy is and why it is important. It covers what is examined, how long it takes, and the options for obtaining and learning more about the results. Last, it explains why forms need to be filled out, and who pays, if there are any charges. (Grief, Death, Autopsy)
Author: Autopsy and After Death Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2007
UWMC Dept: Autopsy and After Death Services
Revised Date: 9/2007
Autopsy: An important study after an infant's death   English
Abstract: This handout explains what an infant autopsy is and why it is important. It covers what is examined, how long it takes, and the options for obtaining and learning more about the results. Last, it explains why forms need to be filled out, and who pays, if there are any charges.
Author: Autopsy and After Death Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2007
UWMC Dept: Autopsy and After Death Services
Revised Date: 9/2007
When a loved one dies in the hospital: Answers to common questions   English
Abstract: This handout answers common questions that family members and others have when a loved one dies in the hospital. It provides information on autopsies, when an autopsy is requested, organ donation, talking to the doctor about cause of death, obtaining a death certificate, and what happens to the body when it leaves the patient room. Also included are phone numbers and website addresses for resources that may be needed. This handout is included in the hospital's Bereavement Packet.
Author: Autopsy and After Death Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2007
UWMC Dept: Autopsy and After Death Services
Revised Date: 9/2015
 
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