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51. Assisted suicide: the law is both clear and right

... die Guardian 2008 28 September 4 Dr Death Philip Nitschke suicide workshop causes angry reaction in Bournemouth Daily Telegraph 2008 8 October 5 Baroness Warnock Dementia sufferers may have a duty to die Daily Telegraph 2008 19 September 6 Living with dignity Observer 2002 10 November 7 Why Matt Hampson chose...

52. Don't do nothing!

... obliged before God to use it particularly in defence of those who have no voice 5 the poor elderly or confused those with head injuries dementia or strokes those suffering from chronic or psychiatric illness the terminally ill children unborn children and human embryos We are all responsible Most of us...

53. Ageing & Frailty

... be dependent on others and have multiple medical conditions either due to pre-existing conditions from childhood or newer but just as debilitating as long-term conditions dementia stroke heart disease diabetes renal disease The prevalence of frailty increases with age 30 per cent of those aged over 85 years will be frail...

54. The divine image and the embodied soul:restoring a theology of the body

... with rights It is this view that lies behind the idea that we can do things to embryos fetuses and people with brain damage or dementia that we would not contemplate doing to healthy children or adults If gender is simply an arbitrary social construct rather than the cultural expression of...

55. Geriatric Medicine - a Personal View

... the geriatrician will therefore see more and hopefully know more about these conditions Examples would be stroke disease Parkinson s disease temporal arteritis polymyalgia rheumatica dementia etc The presentation of many diseases however is often different in the biologically old compared with the way they present in the young The patient...

56. Robots and healthcare

... As the seal makes a cooing reply Maureen chuckles with delight The seal is Paro 2 a therapeutic robot designed to help people some with dementia and other cognitive health issues who cannot look after a pet Paro is being used in a handful of NHS trusts such as the Sussex...

57. Euthanasia

... may be suffering from depression or a false sense of worthlessness which is affecting their judgment Their decision- making may equally be affected by confusion dementia or troublesome symptoms which could be relieved with appropriate treatment Patients who say let me die usually after effective symptom relief are most that we...

58. Eutychus

... from systematic reviews and meta-analyses of randomised trials that some herbal medicines are efficacious Recent examples include St John s wort for depression ginkgo for dementia palmetto for benign prostatic hyperplasia and horse chestnut seed for chronic venous insufficiency Past examples of course include aspirin willow bark digitalis foxglove and morphine...

59. eutychus

... was a steady increase 1923 2120 2331 2636 3136 and 3695 Euthanasia accounts for 2 8 of all Dutch deaths Euthanasia for people with early dementia doubled to 49 last year and 13 psychiatric patients were euthanised Numbers could be much higher since not all cases are reported Lancet 2012 380...

60. Twelve Reasons... Why Euthanasia Should Not be Legalised

... that they often suffer from depression or a false sense of worthlessness which may affect their judgment Their decision-making may equally be affected by confusion dementia or troublesome symptoms which could be relieved with appropriate treatment Patients who on admission say let me die usually after effective symptom relief are most...
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