mode of dying

mode of dying

Mechanism of death, see there.
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[3] He then describes the rapid escalation in the numbers of assisted suicides, to the point that 'Euthanasia is on the way to become a "default" mode of dying for cancer patients.' He laments that the Dutch Right to Die Society (NVVE) has founded a network of travelling euthanising doctors who have no established relationship with the patients, very limited background information on them, and offer only two options: administer life-ending drugs or send the patient away.
Do not enter the mode of dying such as cardiac or respiratory arrest or heart failure.
The most common reasons for requests for euthanasia were loss of dignity in 57%, pain in 46%, distressing mode of dying in 46% and being dependent on others in 33%.