In 1986 the worlds worst nuclear disaster unfolded. For the first time ever we’re taking you back to 1986 as we conduct the Post Mortem of Vasily Ignatenko. The first responder to the burning Chernobyl reactor.
He died on 13th May 1986 just two weeks after being exposed to lethal dosage of radiation. In this fascinating 2 part series we relive the final hours prior to Vasily Ignatenko’s death in Hospital Six in Moscow before we undertake a recreated post-mortem on his body.
The Post-Mortem Live will transport you back to 1986 and into our specially constructed soviet bunker. In a specially recreated post-mortem we examine the effects of Acute Radiation Syndrome (ARS) on the human body. We open the Zinc Coffin of the deceased to reveal the horrifying damage exposure at such high intensities does to the internal organs.
An experience not to be missed.
Learn what happens to the soft tissues in a patient with ARS
Learn how to reduce exposure in the event of a major nuclear accident
Learn how to safely treat patients with ARS
Learn anatomy and physiology of the human body
2 hours of CPD certificate