Pam 230 Presentation - Nadiya(Slide 1 You can do the intro because that's what your part of the paper is about Janine(Slide 2 The condemned is

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Nadiya : (Slide 1) You can do the intro because that’s what your part of the paper is about. Janine : (Slide 2) The condemned is fastened onto a gurney; two intravenous cannulae ("IVs") are inserted, one in each arm. Only one is necessary to carry out the execution; the other is reserved as a backup in the event the primary line fails. A line leading from the lethal injection machine in an adjacent room is attached and secured to the prisoner's IV, and secured so the line doesn't snap during the injections. Following connection of the lines, saline drips are started in both arms. . A heart monitor is attached so that prison officials can monitor when death has occurred. The execution of the condemned in most states involves three separate injections (in sequential order): 1. Sodium thiopental : 2. Pancuronium 3. Potassium chloride The intravenous tubing leads to a room next to the execution chamber, usually separated from the subject by a curtain or wall. Typically a technician trained in
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course PAM 2300 taught by Professor Avery,r. during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Pam 230 Presentation - Nadiya(Slide 1 You can do the intro because that's what your part of the paper is about Janine(Slide 2 The condemned is

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