Nahtoderfahrungen, die wissenschaftliche Sicht28.10.2014 um 10:38
geeky schrieb:Zähle doch bitte mal diese angeblichen "Details" auf, aus denen du glaubst schließen zu können, er hätte sie zu einem Zeitpunkt wahrgenommen, "während er kein Bewusstsein hatte". Ich sehe bisher kein einziges solches Detail.http://www.resuscitationjournal.com/article/S0300-9572%2814%2900739-4/fulltext
And I was still talking to (the nurse) and then all of a sudden, I wasn’t. I must have (blanked out)….but then I can remember vividly an automated voice saying, “shock the patient, shock the patient,” and with that, up in (the) corner of the room there was a (woman) beckoning me…I can remember thinking to myself, “I can’t get up there”…she beckoned me… I felt that she knew me, I felt that I could trust her, and I felt she was there for a reason and I didn’t know what that was…and the next second, I was up there, looking down at me, the nurse, and another man who had a bald head…I couldn’t see his face but I could see the back of his body. He was quite a chunky fella… He had blue scrubs on, and he had a blue hat, but I could tell he didn’t have any hair, because of where the hat was.
The next thing I remember is waking up on (the) bed. And (the nurse) said to me: “Oh you nodded off…you are back with us now.” Whether she said those words, whether that automated voice really happened, I don’t know…. I can remember feeling quite euphoric…
I know who (the man with the blue had was)…I (didn’t) know his full name, but…he was the man that…(I saw) the next day…I saw this man [come to visit me] and I knew who I had seen the day before.”
Post-script – Medical record review confirmed the use of the AED, the medical team present during the cardiac arrest and the role the identified “man” played in responding to the cardiac arrest.
Recollection # 2
“At the beginning, I think, I heard the nurse say ‘dial 444 cardiac arrest’. I felt scared. I was on the ceiling looking down. I saw a nurse that I did not know beforehand who I saw after the event. I could see my body and saw everything at once. I saw my blood pressure being taken whilst the doctor was putting something down my throat. I saw a nurse pumping on my chest…I saw blood gases and blood sugar levels being taken.”