Argumentative Essay On Life Support

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The decision to be able to prolong life has been one of the most controversial topic for years now. Many people believe that life support isn’t benefiting the person just only making the person live longer and others believe that it’s a chance the patients can come off life support breathing on their own which there has been many cases were patients have awakened from life support. In this exploratory essay I will talk about the 3 article that embodied their opinion about life support. In the first article Dr. Ken position on the issue is that he is against Dying patients being kept on life support because he believes once the person is critically ill which some call it brain dead there’s no coming back from it. In the 2nd article author Meltem Zeytinoglu states his case on how he supports dying patients on life support because he dealt with it first hand when he was younger his mother was on life support and came out of life support healthy. My 3rd article states his issue on how he is for and also against dying patients being kept on life support, he is doctor which means he has to follow the law to do everything in his power …show more content…
Ken Berger believes that Life Support on elderly patient isn’t benefiting them and is actually causing more harm to them. According to the “Dying on life support: is it fair? Article The Author Dr. Ken states in most cases when the end is near should doctors prolong life artificially? Dr. ken the medical doctor at the Bellevue Hospital in New York City states how patients that are on life support in the intensive care unit are not showing signs of likelihood of survival a very well one known patients of Dr. Ken have a patient who is severely ill and he isn’t showing any signs of getting better but actually is showing signs of his body getting ill (Leung n.p). By law Dr. Ken must keep him alive which he isn’t very pleased about it because he finds it very useful for the staff and also the

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