What does it feel like to die, scientists have successfully made such an experiment.
According to foreign media reports, Samuel tisherman and his team from the University of Maryland School of medicine in the United States publicly said that they had successfully made the experiment of human pseudodeath, and now they have put at least one user in the state of pseudodeath.
It is reported that Samuel tisherman's team used the technology called emergency preservation and resuscitation (EPR) to put people in the pseudodeath, which was applied to patients with acute trauma such as gunshot or stab wounds and cardiac arrest. The patient's heart stopped beating and lost more than half of its blood.
It takes only five minutes to do the procedure, but the chances of survival are less than that 5%.EPR replaces the blood with cold saline and quickly cools the patient's body temperature to 10 to 15 percent.
According to Samuel tisherman, people who are put in a state of suspended animation feel very surreal.