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Words to Say

Journal: Austin Journal of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine (Vol.4, No. 1)

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Page : 1-5

Keywords : Palliative; End of life; Memory; Death; Behavior; Terminal Phase; Support; Trouble Care; Communication; Vision & Outlook;

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Are life and waiting for a little late if scheduled, this textual development provides access to the site of damage expose s the body as much by the natural aging and psychic degeneration consequences of age or serious illness that will transform anatomy. The end of life is often based on images to of the hypotheses. However, it is the duty of all: duty to avoid physical pain what so ever and as much psychological suffering difficult to assess and contain. To express the imminence of Death that is becoming daily more of all medical probability but a certainty arises for one question: when? The need to say becomes crucial and the words must be convincing. Four evocations of subjects to consider: 1. The testimony of an accompanying lived in approaching the end of life, death. Life for them. 2. Trying to recreate the feeling of people who have experienced the support hospice and death (at home or in healthcare settings) of a close before driving a reflection on the human person facing death. 3. An end of life with respect and dignity should no longer be areas on but stating the must be based behavior. Wear argument on the latter subject back to obvious. 4. Sectorize palliative care, would that be a bad resolution?

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