She was found dead with foams coming out……..let it be known that……foam can keep coming out of his nose and mouth even after 12 hours.
She could have had a heart attack, often accompanied by nausea, oppressive feeling on the chest, and pain. If it was large enough there would be no heart muscle left to pump the blood around, causing the blood to pool in the lungs and cause Pulmonary oedema means an excess collection of watery fluid in the lungs. The fluid collects in the many air sacs of the lung, making it difficult to breathe. Pulmonary oedema is most often caused by heart failure (then called cardiogenic pulmonary oedema) but may be caused by other conditions which do not directly affect the heart (non-cardiogenic pulmonary oedema)
One of the most well-known is the death rattle. The death rattle is a sound that is produced when air moves through mucus that has accumulated in the throat of a dying person after loss of the cough reflex and loss of the ability to swallow. This is a very common symptom, though it does not always occur prior to death. Statistics collected on its frequency range around the 50% mark. The death rattle rarely causes discomfort to the patient, however, family members frequently find the sound disturbing.