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Articles Cited by Co-authors. Brain Death (Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Brai. 1995. Brain death (Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Brain Death). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, B. V. 1995, 1-300, 1995. Machado, C, Shewmon, DA. Springer Science & Business Media, 2004. Resolution for the determination and certification of death in Cuba. Revista de neurologia 36 (8), 763-770, 2003.

1, 1996 (DEVELOPMENTS IN NEUROLOGY) by Calixto Machado .

Brain Death: Proceedings of the Second International on Brain Death, Havana, Cuba, February 27-March 1, 1996 (DEVELOPMENTS IN NEUROLOGY) by Calixto Machado. In the first symposium on this issue of brain death, delegates from 21 countries attended to discuss many controversial issues concerning brain death and related issues. This book is based on the second international symposium on the subject, and reflects the work of several groups, commissions and networks within this field, reflecting the tremendous actuality of the subject.

Havana, Cuba, February 27-March 1, 1996 Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Brain Death.

Havana, Cuba, February 27-March 1, 1996. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1995: 23–30. Machado C. A new definition of death based on the basic mechanisms of consciousness generation in human beings. In: Machado C, ed. Brain Death. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Brain Death. Havana, Cuba, February 27-March 1, 1996. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1995: 57–66. 25. Veatch RM. The impending collapse of the whole-brain definition of death. Hastings Cent Rep 1993; 23 (4): 18–24.

The concept of brain death or coma dépassé as opposed to clinical death, which is the absence of all vital signs, was first formulated by Mollaret and Goulon in 19591.

Machado C, ed. Brain death: proceedings of the Second Interna-. tional Symposium on Brain Death. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science BV, 1995. The concept of brain death or coma dépassé as opposed to clinical death, which is the absence of all vital signs, was first formulated by Mollaret and Goulon in 19591. As could be expected, this new concept of death evoked considerable controversy both in medical and lay circles. It is, however, not an academic cor philosophical question but a common one of very real practical importance, and one. with wide ethical, legal and economic implications.

PhD Calixto Machado, president of the organizing committee of this VIII Symposium and of the National Commission for the Determination of Death, pondered the scientific results of Cuba in this field.

Developments in neurology ;, 9. Classifications.

Main Science Biology Cryobiology Brain Death and Technological . prepared for the Second International Symposium on Brain Death

Main Science Biology Cryobiology Brain Death and Technological Change: Personal Identity, Neural Prostheses and Uploading. Brain Death and Technological Change: Personal Identity, Neural Prostheses and Uploading. Description: A far-seeing but technical paper by James J. Hughes, prepared for the Second International Symposium on Brain Death. Announcement: Brain Death and Technological Change Brain Death and Technological Change: Personal Identity, Neural Prostheses and Uploading Havana Cuba February 27-March 1, 1995 The death at issue in the brain death debate is not an empiric reality, but a social category, "social death.

Dr. Wijdicks published relevant worldwide differences on brain death (BD) determination among countries and states

Published June 20, 2002. Dr. Wijdicks published relevant worldwide differences on brain death (BD) determination among countries and states. I have had the personal experience of discovering such differences on BD guidelines by organizing the First, Second and Third International Symposia on Coma and Death, held in Havana in 1992, 1996 and 2000. 2) Machado C. ed. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, BV, 1995. 3) Bernat JL. A defense of the whole-brain concept of death. Hastings Cent Rep 1998;28:14-23. 4) Edicion Ordinaria del 21 de Septiembre del 2001.

Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery is a 2014 memoir written by Henry Marsh and published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson. The book details the author's career as a neurosurgeon. Marsh's father was a human rights lawyer and his mother a refugee from Nazi Germany. Marsh finished a Bachelor's degree. When his studies finished he spent two years working in the National Archive

February 27 - March 1,1996. Second International Symposium on Brain Death and the First Meeting of the International Network for the Definition of Death will be held in Havana, Cuba.

February 27 - March 1,1996. Contact: Dr. Calixto Machado, President, Organizing Committee, Instituto de Neurologia y Neurocirugia, 29 y D, Vedado, Ciudad, de La Habana 10400, Apartado Postal 4268, Cuba. Telephone: 53-7-327501/322233; Fax: 53-7-228382/219496; E-mail: braindmed. The Pharmacology of Sleep Medicine Continuing Medical Education Conference will be held in La Jolla, California.

Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Havana, Cuba.Proceedings of the Second International Symposium held in Havana, Cuba, February 27 - March 1, 1996 (sic). Clinical neurological research on brain death and related issues. 74 contributors, 10 U.S. DNLM: Brain Death - congresses.