However, the death certificate
issued by Sagoni village panchayat revealed that Radheylal died on August 16, 2004.
While fraudulent voting is one serious consequence of a poorly organized death certificate
system, it is hardly the only one.
Earlier this month, the couple created fake death certificate
and documents of the wife and soon after claimed the insurance policy.
The study attempted to address the estimated one-fifth to one-quarter of death certificates
for fatal overdoses in which no specific drug is identified.
Sample sizes for the chart review were calculated to detect at least a 20% death certificate
completion error rate, and ranged from 18 to 33 per hospital.
Utilization of specific language, qualifiers and intermediate causes to ensure that the death certificate
reflects the natural nature of the cause will eliminate additional inquiries and referrals.
She added: "I sat in court and I jumped up when the verdicts were read out, but when you do actually see that death certificate
with those words it just makes it real.
But Stone-Hoskins had been unable to obtain a revised death certificate
I said I didn't support the application for a death certificate
One of the items that influences correct completion of the death certificates
and consequently the coding of the reported causes of death, is the format and content of the death certificate
as well as the instructions to complete it (Sibai et al.
The EDRS defined an influenza death as death of a person who 1) died in Los Angeles Country, regardless of his/her residence, and 2) had influenza (or a synonym listed above) recorded on the death certificate
in the week during which the death certificate
was originally filed.
The death certificate
had a mother, a father, a grandmother