She would be better, Barney thinks, if she could watch TV a little.
George is a 23-year-old man who has Down's syndrome.
His language capacity is only “yes” and “no,” and his responses are inconsistent. Jay attempting resuscitation following a pulmonary arrest was not likely to succeed.
The doctor further explained that even if resuscitation restarted his lungs, Mr.
She voices desires to die peacefully and not to have a feeding tube placed.
She is taken by her mother to a neurologist and when she returns, she has a feeding tube. Nursing staff are reluctant to carry out CPR on a patient in a persistent vegetative state despite her mother's insistence and the physician's orders to do so.
This paper details the ingredients of a traditional oral morality capable of engaging biomedical issues and indigenous to people who think in proverbs, stories, and relationships.
A narrative about illness, coping, societal norms, art and death.
If he follows through, he will have several deaths on his hands with the possibility of more causalities.
END OF LIFE CARE / ADVANCE DIRECTIVES CASES OF MORAL DISTRESS CASES OF WITHDRAWING / WITHHOLDING CARE ACCESS TO CARE / VULNERABLE POPULATIONS CONFIDENTIALITY MISTAKES IN MEDICINE MATERNOFETAL MEDICINE PSYCHIATRIC MEDICINE/DUTY TO WARN A 30-year-old woman, “Ginger,” is in the clinic, having been diagnosed several years ago with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS, a blood disorder). She has been married thirty-two years and has three adult children. JD is a 25-year-old patient who sustained massive head trauma and neurological injury in a motorcycle accident.