examination of the electrical excitability of mimic muscles is a
temperature-based method within a compound method
for estimation of the time since death in the early postmortem period.
Henssge C et al. Experiences with a compound method for
time since death. II. Integration of non-temperature-based methods.
Int J. Legal Med 2000: 113: 320-31.
- one button for
releasing the electrical impulses
- device switch on / off (backside)
- one jack for batteries recharging (backside)
- The special output to needle electrodes is constant-current rectangular impulses of 30 mA, 10 ms duration at a repetition rate of 50 per second.
A particular computer program assists the use of the compound method at the scene including the temperature-based nomogram method and non-temperature-based methods/criteria (Development of rigor - Lividity - Mechanical excitability of skeletal muscle - Electrical excitability of mimic muscles - Chemical excitability of the iris)
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