3 The body of Foreigners Still Sanglah Hospital Bali

Thursday, 24 July 2014, 02:19:59 | TRANSBALI

rs-sanglah-baliThe emergency department Sanglah Hospital in Denpasar, Bali.(doc)


TRANSINDONESIA.CO – A total of three bodies of foreign nationals in the room Room Installation corpse (IKJ) Sanglah General Hospital, Denpasar, has yet to be taken by the family.

“Three bodies were from the United States, Germany, and Autralia,” said Chief of Medical Staff Functional Sanglah Forensic Medicine, Dr. Ida Bagus Putu Alit SPF, in Denpasar, Bali, on Wednesday (23/07/2014)

The three bodies were John Doglas of the United States, Heike Barsch (46) of Germany, and Christopher Paul Mikinon (43) from Autralia.

“Tomorrow there is a corpse to be taken by the family from Australia,” he said.

According to him, the bodies of two other foreign nationals have been consulted by the respective consulate as soon as possible to be able to repatriate to their home country.

“When we contact to the respective consulate just say being coordinated to the families of the victims,” he said.

In addition, to maintain the condition of the bodies remain intact, he was seeking a permanent body remains were preserved.

“There are two criteria that our bodies preserved in IKJ,” he said.

He explained that the bodies of two criteria-status as evidence and no.

“If the status of the evidence there is usually a demand letter from the investigator to do an autopsy on the approval of the family,” he said.

While that is not the status of the evidence, he added, the bodies died while undergoing treatment at the hospital Sanglah.

“The body was that we did not do an autopsy,” he said.

He explained that the annual average of the bodies were not taken up to three people.

“For the cost of care in the pavilion’s body reached 500 thousand per day in contrast to the citizen who is charged only 150 thousand per day,” he said.

According to him, when every year there are three bodies are not taken in a long enough period of time, then IKJ Sanglah will suffer losses.

From the results of an autopsy that was conducted by a team of forensic Sanglah against the victim’s body, it found no signs of violence on the victim’s body.

Meurut him, the possibility of the bodies died from illness due to the time of the autopsy found on the victim’s lungs have swollen.

“For the cause of death could not be ascertained and the bodies are still awaiting the results of histology laboratories that have been sent this morning,” he said.

Alit said the possibility of the lab results will come out after Eid or less than ten days from now.(ant /oki)


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