It may seem odd that with such pleasant habits he should have been given to the heroic treatment
, bleeding and blistering and starving his patients, with a dispassionate disregard to his personal example; but the incongruity favored the opinion of his ability among his patients, who commonly observed that Mr.
If we recognize Bin Laden as terrorist, then anyone hunting him, or facilitating to hunt him down, doesn't deserve a trial but a heroic treatment
.We must not forget that the Pakistan government's appointment of the judicial commission on May 2 attack by American Marines in Abbotabad was not only an admission of the collective incompetence and negligence of the intelligence community in the area but it also pointed fingers on the possibility of some rogue elements helping Bin Laden during his stay in Pakistan in secrecy for almost a decade.
And because most people choose not to undergo heroic treatment
for every conceivable condition, billions of dollars would be saved.
McKenney brings their stories to light, giving them the heroic treatment
they deserve as snipers sought to end conflicts early or take out enemy snipers before they took out their allies.
"I have certainly learned that there are children at the end of the road of clinical options who are either not going to be in school or [are] unable to participate without some heroic treatment
measures, such as low-dose antipsychotic treatment, to help them to reengage in education," he commented.
"I have certainly learned that there are children at the end of the road of clinical options who are either not going to be in school or unable to participate without some heroic treatment
measures, such as low-dose antipsychotic treatment, to help them to re-engage in education," he said.
Also worthy of mention among the epic poets is Jacopo Sannazaro (1457/8-1530) of Naples, whose Italian pastoral romance Arcadia (Venice, 1502) and De partu Virginis, a heroic treatment
of the nativity in Latin, were found on four lists and two lists respectively.
While the script has its fair share of treacly moments intended to make viewers care deeply for this duo, Billy Crystal's dream project about his beloved Yankees gets heroic treatment
in "61*," the number referring to the home run total for Roger Maris and the asterisk representing the nefarious work of commissioner Ford Frick.
How many parents with low-birth-weight infants realize, for example, they have the choice not to provide them with heroic treatment
? And how many people with advanced cancer realize they can decide not to receive specific kinds of treatment?
If more senior physicians would point out the consequences of medical abandonment, there would be less heroic treatment
and more care for the dying.
A case in point is that of the late, beloved puppeteer Jim Henson, whose septicemic infection had become so severe by the time he got to the hospital that he died within hours of admission, despite lengthy heroic treatment
A survey of Arkansas physicians found their major concern about advance directives was that "patients could change their minds about heroic treatment
after becoming terminally ill.