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the required drugs in advance, and not have to worry about linking the possible timing of one’s passing to the acquisition of the items. All of the methods described in this book have been given an Exit RP Test score. The maximum possible is 50 points, the higher the score the ‘better’ the method. Some criteria will vary of course depending on an individual’s particular circumstances. The RP Test rating should only ever be used as a general guide.
Take the example of the Exit Bag when used in conjunction with Helium (see Chapter 5).
Test Factor Reliability:
This is good, but technique is important Peacefulness:
There is some short term awareness and alarm Availability:
Necessary items are readily available Preparation:
Items require assembly and coordination Undetectability:
If items removed, totally undetectable, even in the event of an autopsy
Unconsciousness and death occur quickly Safety:
The method presents no risk to others present Sp=5/5 Sa=5/5 Score R=8/10 P=7/10 A=5/5 Pr=1/5 U=5/5