recent changes: using curing salt and discouraging acid reducer
In October 2 changes were introduced to the page, one suggesting that curing salt could be reliably used to achieve ctb and the other discouraging acid reducer as it may purportedly delay unconsciousness and make the death less peaceful. Both of these changes contradict advice given in the PPH. I feel that any changes contradicting the PPH should have external verification and I don't see that for either. How do others feel? Nohope (talk) 21:18, 3 November 2019 (UTC)
>I don't see that for either Well, what do you expect when You delete the external verification. Of course you don't see it when you delete it. Besides, I don't accept the PPH as a reliable source, I'll delete anything related to it by the same token.
I am a bit confused about the following, and I apologise for that: "While the PPH still incorrectly recommends using H2 receptor antagonists, such as cimetidine and ranitidine, not using them will result in a more peaceful death". But the page lists amounts for each drug. It looks to me that taking them is not recommended. Is that right? If so, can anything be added to the information provided? Secondly, do you have any information about whether taking SN is a peaceful death? Thank you.
- While changing a word I inadvertently deleted a phrase and a close bracket. I made exit correction next day but it was not applied. Still where's the external verification for delayed time of unconsciousness? You shouldn't make authortive statements without evidence.
What times, dosage and proof is there that other non antiemetic work for stopping vomiting.