Euthanasia provides relief for the terminally ill
Vitetta L, Kenner D, Sali A - Sedation and analgesia-prescribing patterns in terminally ill patients at the end of life.
Belgian euthanasia cases rose to 1, incompared with 1, inin and in Palliative care and euthanasia Good palliative care is the alternative to euthanasia. The terms used to indicate the use of palliative sedation therapy often cause doubt, sometimes it is for "unbearable symptoms" and others for "refractory symptoms".
Sedation is indicated in the progression of cancer with cachexia and organ failure and when palliative treatments such as steroids for fatigue, opioids for dyspnea, antisecretory to bronchial secretion, antipsychotic for delirium, and opioids for pain have failed The law therefore tends to distinguish between assisted suicide beihilfe zum suizid and "active assisted suicide" aktive sterbehilfe.
The term is derived from the Greek word euthanatos which means easy death.
Euthanasia debate questions
A prospective investigation of suicide ideation, attempts, and use of mental health service among adolescents in substance abuse treatment. Active euthanasia is when someone uses lethal substances or forces to end a patient's life, whether by the patient or somebody else. Chochinov and colleagues found that fleeting or occasional thoughts of a desire for death were common in a study of people who were terminally ill, but few patients expressed a genuine desire for death. Medical decision-makers already face difficult moral dilemmas in choosing between competing demands for their limited funds. Dutch legal protection scheme for doctors involved in mercy killing of babies receives first report. In Germany, assisted suicide is legal as long as the lethal drug is taken without any help, such as someone guiding or supporting the patient's hand. Usually, patients present with at least two refractory symptoms, and the most important are pain, fatigue, vomiting, depression, drowsiness, tiredness, seizures, bleeding, insomnia, suffering, distress, and malaise9,15, This suggests that doctors have stereotypes of who is not worth saving Top Pressure on the vulnerable This is another of those arguments that says that euthanasia should not be allowed because it will be abused. Although fluid and nutritional support may be physiologically unnecessary in these circumstances, is maintenance may lead to cultural and psychological benefits. This argument says that euthanasia is bad because of the sanctity of human life. Some authors consider that patients with refractory and unbearable symptoms, with short life expectancy, who reside less than 20 minutes from the hospital, and are already being assisted by a medical team for a long period, preferably during all stages of disease, are candidates for palliative sedation at home. Making things better for patient, family and friends The patient's family and friends will need care too. Drug combination is very useful, but requires reduction of doses used due to the synergistic effect of most sedatives. Various forms of the slippery slope argument If we change the law and accept voluntary euthanasia, we will not be able to keep it under control.
Palliat Med, ;24 5 A C Grayling, Guardian Top Devalues some lives Some people fear that allowing euthanasia sends the message, "it's better to be dead than sick or disabled". In3, people were given a lethal cocktail under medical supervision.
Sheldon T. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Under strict conditions it allowed doctors to decide to "limit or stop any treatment that is not useful, is disproportionate or has no other object than to artificially prolong life" and to use pain-killing drugs that might "as a side effect, shorten life".
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