The wire service continued: "Her husband wants her taken off life support
after more than 14 years in which she has lived in a vegetative state.
The questions ask about (1) food and fluids, on the one hand, and life support
, on the other hand, when (2) the patient wishes the lifesaving measure or, although the patient's wishes are not known, the patient's family directs those measures.
Over the objections of his wife, life support
will be withdrawn from a military veteran in Florida who signed a "living will" stating that he would prefer death to remaining on life support
during terminal illness or incapacitation.
In addition, the interior space also includes a supervisor's office, advance life support
and basic life support
supply rooms, a break area, storage for oxygen tanks and vehicle fluids and locker facilities and bathrooms for 100 employees.
Now, thanks to the Life Support
project based in the Valleys, the mother-of-one is training to become a nurse.
According to some anecdotal reports, some laryngectomized patients have been ventilated by mouth rather than through their stoma at critical times, such as during the administration of basic life support
and during the induction of anesthesia.
The SABRE program, which includes faculty from the University of Florida's (UF) Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, will focus on the discovery, development and application of the biological aspects of advanced life support
strategies, says Mike Martin, UF vice president for agriculture and natural resources.
If they are on life support
, they are required to register with the local hospital and fire station.
"We have felt for some time that there was a call for night work as well as day work and we are in the process of enhancing what we have there now to provide 24-hour advanced life support
. We already have advanced life support
(in Timmins), but it's not 24 hours a day.
Since such patients are dead, the removal of life support
cannot briny about death and such an action cannot be construed as euthanasia.
The court noted that, under present law, a dying patient on life support
may legally have it removed to facilitate death while another dying patient, not on life support
but suffering under equivalent circumstances and equally dose to death, has no means by which to achieve the same end.
That is, they are working parts of the life support
system, the eco-systems that supply our economy with absolutely irreplaceable services.