"Dr. Harris made a good point, in regard to my comment that I thought care providers would have to do everything possible to keep an accidentally revived patient alive, (during cryonics procedures). I assume that, if there was a DNR, nothing would be required. My mistake."
Unlike Mathew, and most of his peers, I am always willing to admit when I have made mistakes. I have been seeking information, regarding the medications, for a long time, and as I wrote in another post, I am thankful for Dr. Harris' input. I still have questions, and concerns, regarding the medications protocols, but I would never bother to discuss them with someone like Mathew, because I feel he doesn't know what the hell he is talking about, most of the time, in regard to medicine.
Mathew is a good example of why cryonics should be regulated.