Managing Death: Suffering, the Narrative Self, and the Ethics of Continuous Deep Sedation
Since the early 1990s, palliative sedation has been an important intervention for select patients at the end of life. A subset of sedation practices is increasingly being resorted to: continuous deep sedation until death (CDS). CDS is clinically and ethically indicated when a patient experiences a s...
|Main Author:||RAHO, JOSEPH ALEXANDER|