Introduction: Sudden Natural Deaths are Not Uncommon during Forensic Practice. It is always essential to Analyse the Different Type of Sudden Natural Deaths so as to understand the Prevalence of Disease process in a Region.
This retrospective study was carried out at TOMCH&RC, Bangalore during the period 2017-2002. All Autopsy Reports during the Period were closely Documented & Analysed.
Aims & Objectives: To study the Contribution of Organ System to Mortality. To study the Age & Se Group affected by Sudden Death in the Region.
Results: Most of the sudden deaths belonged to the age group 41-50 years. Sex Ratio of male to female ratio 16.3:1. Cardiovascular Pathology Contributed to 38.47% of Deaths. Central Nervous System contributed to only 3.84% Fatality. Hepatobiliary System was not known to have contributed to Death in this Study.
Sudden Deaths, Natural Deaths, Cardiac Deaths, CoMorbities, Mortality