Absolutely not! The brain continues to work for a while even after somebody is “ clinically dead”: that means he still can be aware and memorize what's happening in the room. Of course not, “ leaving his body” which is totally impossible. This feeling of “ leaving his body” is pure imagination. Which also stay active for a while in the brain of “somebody clinically dead”.
There is scientific evidence to suggest that life can continue after death, according to the largest ever medical study carried out on the subject.
A team based in the UK has spent the last four years seeking out cardiac arrest patients to analyse their experiences, and found that almost 40 per cent of survivors described having some form of “awareness” at a time when they were declared clinically dead.
Experts currently believe that the brain shuts down within 20 to 30 seconds of the heart stopping beating – and that it is not possible to be aware of anything at all once that has happened.
But scientists in the new study said they heard compelling evidence that patients experienced real events for up to three minutes after this had happened – and could recall them accurately once they had been resuscitated.