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Deciding to forego life-sustaining treatment
United States. President"s Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research.
1983 in President"s Commission for the study of ethical problems in medicine and biomedical and behavioral research .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||R726 .U55 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
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Abbot had documented in his advance directive that if he ever became demented Deciding to forego life-sustaining treatment book was unable to recognize his family or friends, he would prefer that no attempts be made to resuscitate him, should it ever be necessary.
Communication The process of making treatment decisions is as important to the ethical quality of those decisions as the decision themselves. The book includes case studies, analyses of the works of many philosophers who have addressed the issues that arise in neonatal bioethics, analyses of clinical epidemiological studies on outcomes for tiny babies, and some delightful diversions into ancient Roman mythology.
Does it make any difference Deciding to forego life-sustaining treatment book the treatment has already been started, or involves mechanical systems of life support, or is very costly? To make an informed decision about whether to forgo dialysis, the patient or surrogate must receive an evaluation of whether the patient could receive a transplant and, if so, what the transplant possibilities are and what transplantation involves.
Warren General Hospital Policy Warren General Hospital will provide life-sustaining treatment, including resuscitation efforts, to patients for whom it is indicated, unless there are specific physician orders to the contrary in the medical record. When the outcome is ambiguous or uncertain, they recommend deferring to the parents.
Dialysis A vital part of the discussion of whether to forgo dialysis concerns the patient's transplantation options. They are dilemmas for parents, for doctors and nurses, and, ultimately, for the societies that decide the boundaries of individual liberties and the strength of societal protections for the most vulnerable citizens.
In treating a terminally ill or irreversibly comatose patient, the physician should determine whether the benefits of treatment outweigh its burdens. An ethical facade? It seems to be as vulnerable as the others. Overall these odds are not bad; they just might not be good enough to justify violating an advance directive.
That may be the best that we can do.
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The comments from physicians, nurses and administrators give credence to the view that IECs merely support the existing power structures. Patients who generally should not be admitted to the intensive care unit include: patients with documented irreversible cessation of all functions of the entire brain; patients who have been diagnosed as irreversibly unconscious; patients Deciding to forego life-sustaining treatment book irreversible illness who are near death; and patients who, while capable of making decisions, have requested that they not receive intensive care or its equivalent.
A surrogate may also be identified as the first available person from the following list, in order: legal guardian, spouse, majority of adult children, parents, majority of adult siblings, or other nearest adult relative. In the last case, a physician is ethically justified in taking a paternalistic role in decision-making.
These exceptions include parents making decisions for a child, or when the patient is pregnant or has dependent children. Admissions should be subject to the constraints imposed by the availability of space, equipment, and personnel, the needs of the patients already in the unit, and the needs of others who are also candidates for admission.President's Commission, President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Behavioral Research, Deciding to Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment.
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() Deciding to Forego Life-Sustaining Treatment: Implications for Policy in Creator. Cassel, Christine K. Pennsylvania Law. The Pennsylvania Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) is tool used by the medical team, through conversation with a patient and/or family, to summarize a patient’s treatment choices in the form of written medical orders about treatment goals for end-of-life care.Jan 01, · Life is a journey, and the end of the journey has, pdf many people, pdf more difficult.
Clinical conditions that just 25 years ago would have signified imminent death now prompt "life-sustaining treatment." On occasion, such treatment permits dramatic recovery. At other times, "life sustaining" Cited by: Get this from a library!
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