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.
Speak of providing a comfortable death with dignity.
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.