Discussion in 'Forensic Science' started by CSI3, May 5, 2005.
Agertays, you and stuck?
I don'T believe you
I know GSR
ok, need some help?
it has something to do with red blood cells.
Is it a test on blood? For diseases
yes, you are on the right way.
Do you want more description or another question?
Does the rate at which the blood cells sink to the bottom determine what kind of things are wrong with the blood?
you described it correctly.
But still the abbrevation has not been clarified.
What does ESR stand for?
erythrocyte sedimentation rate. I had to go and find how to spell it
There you go TroubledYouth!
It is your turn now
Ok I don't know much, so here goes:
Name one way a coroner can work out time of death
That is a very good question
Well, the me can measure body temperature.
It drops 2° in the first hour, then 1° per hour.
Ok, here is another one.
what indications do you get when a victim suffocates?
there lips are blue because of lack of oxygen
but im probly wrong
Brusing around the mouth!
I remember that it drops 2F, then 1.5F per hour.
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