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  1. Sometimes after injury or a long illness, the main organs of the body no longer work properly without support. Your health care provider ...
  2. ... states, health care agents can: Choose or refuse life-sustaining and other medical treatment on your behalf ... agent to do the following: Refuse or withdraw life-enhancing care Refuse or stop tube feeding or ...
  3. Lee BC. End-of-life issues. In: Ballweg R, Brown D, Vetrosky DT, Ritsema TS, eds. Physician Assistant: A Guide to Clinical Practice . 6th ed. ...
  4. If you are near the end of your life or you have an illness that will not ... focus of this care is not to prolong life, but to treat symptoms of pain or shortness ...
  5. ... eliminate many health problems Improve your quality of life Live longer It is important to understand that there will be many other changes in your life. These include the way you eat, what you ...
  6. ... your family about the kind of end-of-life care you want when you are being treated ... care you want at the end of your life. However, discussing these subjects with your doctors and ...
  7. ... patients are in their last 6 months of life. ... any active treatment provide you? What would your life be like during this time? Can you change ...
  8. ... treating pain and symptoms and improving quality of life in people with serious illnesses and a limited life span. ... LB, Monk BJ. Palliative care and quality of life. In: DiSaia PJ, Creasman WT, Mannel RS, McMeekin ...
  9. ... treating pain and symptoms and improving quality of life in people with serious illnesses and a limited life span. ... things or go places, and harder to enjoy life. Pain can be stressful for you and your ...
  10. ... these areas, they have an improved quality of life. Palliative care can be given at the same ... during follow-up, and at the end of life. Palliative care may be offered for people with ...
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