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Court decisions and legal considerations about the withdrawal of the life-prolonging medical care

Park JT

The Supreme Court decision made on May 21, 2009 about the withdrawal of futile life-prolonging medical care from a persistently vegetative patient provided a legal basis for patients to consent...
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Ethical and legal consideration on medical realities and ethical debates about withholding or withdrawing treatment in end-of-life care

Kim MH, Baik S

It is natural for all human beings to die; hence, death is an inevitable event. However, advances in medical technology are changing the meaning of natural death. These advanced treatments...
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The Meaning of Dignified with Death

Chung BY, Cho YH

PURPOSE: We explored Koreans' perception of the meaning of death with dignity that Korean people. METHODS: A phenomenological research methodology was applied. A total of 13 participants were sampled based on...
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Changes in Life-sustaining Treatment in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients after Signing a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order

Kim HA, Park JY

PURPOSE: This study investigated changes in life-sustaining treatments in terminally ill cancer patients after consenting to a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order. METHODS: Electronic medical records were reviewed to select terminally ill cancer...
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Do-not-resuscitation in Terminal Cancer Patient

Kwon JH

For patients who are near the end of life, an inevitable step is discussion of a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order, which involves patients, their family members and physicians. To discuss DNR...
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Public Perception and Acceptance of the National Strategy for Well-Dying

Lee SH, Shin DE, Sim JA, Yun YH

PURPOSE: Ten years have passed since the Korean government announced its plan to institutionally support hospice and palliative care in 2002. In line with that, this study aims to suggest...
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Does our society have the proper understanding of death?

Oh JT

Recent developments in medicine in our society have drawn attention to various phenomena related to death, such as brain death, cardiac death, vegetative death, euthanasia, death with dignity, near-death experiences,...
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Predictive Factors for City Dwellers' Attitudes toward Death with Dignity

Jo KH, An GJ, Kim GM, Kim YJ

  • KMID: 2244741
  • Korean J Hosp Palliat Care.
  • 2012 Dec;15(4):193-204.
PURPOSE: This correlation study was performed to examine Korean adults' perceptions and attitudes towards death with dignity and the withdrawal of life sustaining treatment and to identify factors that predict...
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Euthanasia: a misunderstood term

Lee YS

Although the word 'euthanasia', a compound word of eu- (good, well) and thanatos (death) is widely known, it is greatly misunderstood. With regard to end-of-life medicine, several phrases, including death...
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Physician's Role and Obligation in the Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Management

Koh Y

Patients should be treated with dignity and respect toward the end of their lives, being freed from unnecessary and painful life-sustaining therapy in hospitals. In Korea, the quality of endof-life...
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The Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Management for Dying Patients: A Study in Judicial Precedents Worldwide

Kim JH

The decision to withdrawal of life-sustaining management for dying patients is one of the most difficult challenges in modern medical ethics. Due to the advances in medical science and technology,...
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The Implications and Significance of the Case at Severance Hospital

Park HW

This year on May 21st, the full panel of the Supreme Court in Korea had first made a judgment on 'withdrawal of life-sustaining management'. In this case, where a 76...
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The change of perspective on brain death, euthanasia and withdrawal of the life supporting medical treatments in Korea for pediatric patients

Kwon I

A recent High Court's decision regarding the withdrawal of life supporting medical treatment (artificial ventilator) from an elderly female patient in the terminal stage has opened up a new era...
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Reality of Death with Dignity and Related Efforts

Yun YH

Although the Supreme Court have ruled that doctors should remove the artificial respirator from a patient with vegetable status that suddenly fell into a coma during a lung biopsy in...
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The Right to Die in Dignity and Comfort

Im JG

The right to die in dignity and comfort is one of the gravest concerns due to the ever-increasing number of patients with incapacitating illnesses who experience a prolonged painful death,...
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Attitudes of medical students and housestaff toward euthanasia

Kim JT, Kim KC, Shin DH, Cho HS, Shim JY, Lee HR

  • KMID: 2295022
  • J Korean Acad Fam Med.
  • 2001 Oct;22(10):1494-1502.
BACKGROUND: Medical decisions concerning the prolongation of life, the right to die and euthanasia are among the most extensively discussed issues within medicine and law today. The purpose of this...
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