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Functional death

The absence of heartbeat and breathing

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Brain death

All signs of brain activity as measured by electrical brain waves have ceased. When brain death occurs, it is impossible to restore functioning

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Sudden infant death syndrome

The unexplained death of a Siri only healthy baby

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Prenatal death also known as miscarriage

When infant dies during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy

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Stillbirth

When infant dies later than 20 weeks into the pregnancy

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Personal fable

A set of believes that makes them feel unique and special.

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Thanatologists

People who study death and dying

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Five basic steps as people move towards death

Denial
Anger
Bargaining ( I.e. They might swear to dedicate their lives to the core of God saves them. They may promise that if they can just live long enough to see your son married, they will willingly accept death later)
Depression
Acceptance

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Two types of depression in the process of dying

Reactive depression: the sadness is based on events that have already occurred: the loss of dignity with many medical procedures, the end of the job, goals unnachieved , or the knowledge that they will never return home



Prepatory depression: people feel sadness over future losses. They know the devil and the relationships and that they will never see future generations. This is their love ones will miss them when they are gone, the individual who is dying grieves these losses to come.

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Living wills

Legal document designating with medical treatment people want or do you not want to if they cannot express their wishes

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DNR

Do not recessive tape. This means that no extraordinary means are to be taken to keep a patient alive

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Euthanasia

The practice of assisting people who are terminally ill to Die more quickly

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Palliative care

Care provided for the comfort and support of the dying

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Home care

Alternative to hospitalization in which the only people stay in their homes and receive treatment from their families and visiting medical staff

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Who suggested that individuals passed through steps as they approach death

Kubler-Ross

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Bereavement

Knowledge meant of the objective fact that one has experienced a death

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Grief

The emotional response to ones loss