“But what we now know is that if we do get to somebody in time after they've reached that traditional threshold of death, we can bring them back.”
It's a big claim, and even Dr Parnia admits there are limitations to this medical practice.
If someone has been left dead for a long period of time, the cells in the brain and other organs will inevitably start dying, to the point where the process is irreversible. No matter what we do, he says, we can’t bring them back. | SBS World News
It was my son, Ishmael, who had furnished me with another important key to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s appearance of death. On one occasion he questioned his father, at the tender age of 8, to explain to him what happens to a person after they are pronounced dead and he answered saying that if a person is a good and righteous being and a true servant of God, that if He (Allah) reaches the body within a 24 to 48 hour period, He can restore that person back to life.