Euthanasi We Have The Right To Die

1124 Words 4 Pages
We have Rights to Die As an ethical dispute about Euthanasia, only determines the individual who is in desire of death for their own final decision. Euthanasia is defined as the termination or putting an end to an ill individual’s life to relieve them from suffering and pain in a comparatively approach for reasons of sympathy. The word Euthanasia comes from the Greek word “Euthanatos,” “eu” means good and “thanatos” means death. Euthanasia is a way to remedy the struggle of patient’s chronic illness that they have been enduring all their life. As a medical personnel contending the method of Euthanasia, people who are complaining of unimaginable pain seek for Euthanasia to free themselves from suffering and torment. Euthanasia seems to be …show more content…
The debate over Euthanasia is likely to persist sharp and violent because of negativism from sacred beliefs and other medical profession. “Assisted suicide is when someone provides an individual with the information, guidance and means to take his or her own life with the intention that they be used for this purpose. Physician-assisted suicide is when a doctor is the one who assists, such as by prescribing a lethal dose of medication. The only difference between assisted suicide and other forms of euthanasia is which person performs the final act that kills the patient. If a doctor performs the final act (e.g., an injection), it is euthanasia; if the patient performs the final act himself (e.g., ingesting pills), it is assisted suicide” (MCCFL). Euthanasia is generally misled in correlation to assisted physician suicide in which a person wants to end their suffering because of unbearable pain that they are experiencing, but unable to function on doing so and no more hopes besides dying peacefully. However, there are some individuals who believe and anticipate that Euthanasia should not be acknowledge and legalize because they see it as ruthless, and inhumane. Euthanasia has many definitions and interpretation depending on the perspective of the person. The ongoing debate is likely to focus on whether Euthanasia is good or not to an individual …show more content…
“A patient’s request for euthanasia entails a complex process that demands emotional work by all participants. It is characterized by an intensive period of sharing information, relationship building and negotiation in order to reach agreement. We hypothesize that making decisions about euthanasia demands a proactive approach towards participants’ preferences and values regarding end of life, towards the needs of relatives, towards the burden placed on physicians and a careful attention to shared decision-making” (Dees Marianne). The idea of this method is not to favor everyone and grant their wish on ending their life, but this process will be made based on the information they gathered from the family, and seeking another consultation and opinion from other physician about the illness. Patient’s request of ending their life must go through a deep research and analysis if there is no other solution for their

Related Documents