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Advance directives-such as living wills and health care proxies-are documents intended to declare and preserve the health care choices of patients if they become unable to make their own decisions. This book provides a comprehensive overview of advance directives and clear, practical directions for writing and interpreting them. King provides a legal, philosoph Advance directives-such as living wills and health care proxies-are documents intended to declare and preserve the health care choices of patients if they become unable to make their own decisions
The Forecast For Advance Directives: Indispensable or Superfluous? Nancy M. P. King. PDF. About this book. it had registered in my mind simply as a legal document. Now I began to understand what it meant. It was a letter of ultimate love and trust.
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Making Sense of Advance Directives. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
Advance directives are appropriate planning tools for end-of-life decision making. However, only a minority of patients actually complete an advance directive, although the proportion is higher for patients facing the end of life. Advance directives are even more important in light of recent legal developments. In determining whether the guardian or surrogate may withdraw or withhold life-sustaining medical treatment of a patient who is no longer decisional, some state courts have required clear and convincing evidence of the incapacitated patient's wishes. Medical management or the lack thereof can be based on the patient's wishes rather than a perceived sense of what is best for the patient. Advance directives may be an informal document, such as a living will, or a formal legal document, such as medical durable power of attorney.