comfortable death

comfortable death

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as physical, psychospiritual, sociocultural, and environmental ease with the impending end of life. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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I have come to realize that providing a seamless, comfortable death is a nursing privilege requiring a skilful art.
A comfortable death is the last, most precious thing society can give.
The failure is down to the fact there are not enough nurses available 24 hours a day to give people the support they need to have a comfortable death at home.
Peace--by this I mean a comfortable death, pain-free and natural, without all the needles, monitors, tubes, and infusions that make up the armamentarium of modern medicine.
This planning may mean the difference between a peaceful, comfortable death and one that is death-delaying, thereby prolonging suffering.
Speak of providing a comfortable death with dignity.
From birth to comfortable death (not to spoil any tension), Dolly's biography is constructed via the fossils found in either Kansas or central Texas (an explosion that unearths the Texas fossil bed is a spectacular piece of 3D filming).
Remoulding the mindsets of doctors and nurses - so they are more able to shift their thinking from their basic instinct to save lives to helping those they can't save have a more comfortable death - is another aim of Liverpool Care Pathway.
Her family was reassured that the main objective was ensuring a peaceful and comfortable death.
Working to provide a peaceful and comfortable death is seen as rewarding as well as challenging.
My reward is knowing that I have helped in some practical way - I've done something positive to help someone have a more comfortable death and to remain in their own homes - that's something I would want myself.