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the technology today is evolving so quickly its amazing. I am one of the people who had benefited from having my body put in stasis after finding out that a virus attacked my heart tissue in my mid twenties i had to undergo a long recovery in the hospital 8 months total. during this period i died 5 times was put in a comma twice and in the end had to undergo a heart tissue graft. On cinco de mayo the physicians found me a graft, during this procedure in 2007 i was put on bypass and my blood was replaced with ice water cooled to 34 deg. After undergoing open heart surgery i was discharged by my doctors 5 days after the operation and sent home to recover. due to the cooling of my body it allowed me to overclock my recovery time with out damaging my ram in my brain. Since then i have fully recovered faster and stronger then before. it wont be long till we unlock the ability to regenerate tissue they can already 3d print organs this is the most amazing time to be alive, one day your here and then your gone. live every day like its not promised tomorrow........
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the technology today is evolving so quickly its amazing. I am one of the people who had benefited from having my body put in stasis after finding out that a virus attacked my heart tissue in my mid twenties i had to undergo a long recovery in the hospital 8 months total. during this period i died 5 times was put in a comma twice and in the end had to undergo a heart tissue graft. On cinco de mayo the physicians found me a graft, during this procedure in 2007 i was put on bypass and my blood was replaced with ice water cooled to 34 deg. After undergoing open heart surgery i was discharged by my doctors 5 days after the operation and sent home to recover. due to the cooling of my body it allowed me to overclock my recovery time with out damaging my ram in my brain. Since then i have fully recovered faster and stronger then before. it wont be long till we unlock the ability to regenerate tissue they can already 3d print organs this is the most amazing time to be alive, one day your here and then your gone. live every day like its not promised tomorrow........

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Great idea if it works, save many lives. Now lets talk about how we and exploit it. I say transportation units from a crash scene to a hospital, buy the victim time- heart attack anyone! Space travel or waiting for an organ to be grown like a new heart.
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Great idea if it works, save many lives. Now lets talk about how we and exploit it. I say transportation units from a crash scene to a hospital, buy the victim time- heart attack anyone! Space travel or waiting for an organ to be grown like a new heart.

Or you could put the patient/victim in stasis while the family attempts to pay for the surgery. If they can't raise the money in the agreed upon time, off life support they go to whatever their end may be. I've seen that basic story in a sci-fi show of some sort... maybe the 'new' Outer Limits or something like that. They took a woman out of stasis some 25 years after the fact, then gave her an enormous bill and demanded she work for them or something to pay it off. Like indentured servitude at the cost of saving your life. Scary, but possible wha-smiley.png
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Odd. How would they obtain consent for this type of experimental treatment assuming this is being operated out of ER settings?

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Odd. How would they obtain consent for this type of experimental treatment assuming this is being operated out of ER settings?

I think I've heard that the ER doesn't always need consent if they feel your life is in danger. If you have a sucking chest wound do you want them to run around looking for your next of kin to sign a permission form to put a chest tube in and sew up the hole?
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Odd. How would they obtain consent for this type of experimental treatment assuming this is being operated out of ER settings?

I think I've heard that the ER doesn't always need consent if they feel your life is in danger. If you have a sucking chest wound do you want them to run around looking for your next of kin to sign a permission form to put a chest tube in and sew up the hole?

... and when something somehow gets screwed up and the person ends up dying dead = endless lawsuits. Welcome to America \o/!

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Yes, i love equal payment plans. Insurance against harm, when that fateful time comes you know you have a cryotube waiting, hmmmm i like that
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I wonder if insurance will cover this...

Yeah because it's so expensive to inject someone with cold water. I mean it's such revolutionary technology that science fiction writers only dreamed of.

/jokes
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Wowowow...you have never seen dragon ball z? Just wow.....

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