Grief Counseling: End of Life Decisions
End of Life decisions are best made well before the final moments. Health care professionals who are better equipped with knowledge in handling these situations can serve the entirety of their patients better. The needs of the patient and suggestions of the caregiver should be an open mutual forum between each other and the suggestions of other family members. Communication is the key.
Joan Teno of CNN offers her ideas on the subject in her article, “Give Patients End of Life Options”
The urban dictionary defines “cheech” as a verb used among physicians in training that refers to the act of ordering every conceivable radiological and laboratory test for a patient, often to diagnose a condition that once diagnosed is untreatable. Thirty years ago, the macabre joke during my three-month stint as an intern in the medical ICU was first cheech, then death.
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