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If an individual has been in a coma for ten years, and medical experts have concluded that the person has virtually no chance of recovery, is it morally acceptable for physician or healthcare worker to perform euthanasia or other life-terminating procedures if his/herclosest family member so requests?

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Running Head: BIOETHICAL

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Introduction

Bioethical is the branch of ethics that studies the moral implication of the life sciences
and their potential impact on the society. It has four major principles that are nonmaleficence,
justice, beneficence and autonomy. Nonmaleficence is a principle which states that one should
avoid causing harm to another person, especially in the healthcare facility the medical staff
should prevent harm to the patients. Justice is whereby all the benefits and risks should be
equally and evenly distributed. The beneficence involves one to take a more positive step to help
the other person considering the healthcare services the care professionals should act in a way to
benefit the patients. The autonomy principle is whereby individuals are allowed to make their
own decisions (Harrison, 2008).
If the person has been in a coma for ten years, and medicinal experts have concluded that
the person has nearly no chance of recovery it is ethically acceptable for the physician to perform
the euthanasia procedure if her family member request because euthanasia act as mercy killing or
right to die thus a physician-assisted suicide. Euthanasia is the administration of a lethal dosage
of specific medication to the patient thereby making the patient who is terminally ill to pass away
at their own will. The euthanasia is right for the patient that has an irreversible coma since it will
end the suffering for both the patient and the family members; this is applicable when one looks
at the terminal of their battle. The agony can be debilitating leaving the patients with a choice of
taking a copious amount of medicines and anesthetics to relieve them from the agony even for a
moment. This makes the eminence of life to be exceedingly low; therefore euthanasia will tend
to give the patients a way to stop theirs suffering. Through legalisation of the euthanasia would
assist to alleviate agony and pain in an irreversible coma patient thus it would be cruel and unjust
to make the person tolerate the insufferable pain hence, accordance to the justice principle of

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bioethics. The euthanasia gives the patient death with dignity in that the patient who is in the
coma is at the compassion of professional staff and family for essentials substances such as
consumption, altering garments and bathing. This can be much undignified for the person, and
many wish not to be a saddle or remembered by their relatives in such a way. By uploading the
autonomy principle, the patient is given the prospect to opt when to pass on and how to depart
this life, through euthanasia, and the aptitude to articulate what to say or accomplish for their
folks bef...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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