Digital Revolution continues with UK’s 100th Digital AutopsySeptember 10, 2015 // No Comments
Over 200,000 deaths each year require further medical or legal investigations, with the majority resulting in an invasive post-mortem procedure. Through the revolutionary technology developed by iGene, Digital Autopsy aims to establish cause of death via non-invasive methods, using scans and digital technology. Digital Autopsy has proven to be effective in over 70% of post mortem cases, making it a legitimate alternative.
The benefits of Digital Autopsy can be significant, and families have already gained a great deal of comfort from them. Digital Autopsy facilities are open in Sheffield, Bradford and Sandwell (West Midlands), with more facilities planned.
Digital Autopsy will be among the subjects to be covered at this year’s SAIF Education Day, to be held on 4th November in Leicester. Click here for more details about the Education Day. You can find out more information about Digital Autopsy by clicking here.