chapter 10 death and dying Flashcards Preview

human growth and development > chapter 10 death and dying > Flashcards

Flashcards in chapter 10 death and dying Deck (22)
Loading flashcards...
1

clinical description of death

end of a lifespan

2

social description of death

much earlier than physical death

3

dehumanization

acting as if the person is already dead when that are alive

4

weeks before death- death process step 1

may sleep more or less

5

days before death- death process step 2

breathing changes, decrease of urine

6

days to hours before death- death process step 3

can't swallow, long pauses in breathing, weak pulse, body becomes colder

7

most common causes of death

heart disease, stroke, pulmonary

8

where do people die

most- acute care hospitals, then nursing homes and at home

9

routine hospice care

at home, most common

10

continuous hospice care

caregiver and hospice aides, predominately at home

11

inpatient respite care

in a hospital, hospice, or long-term care facility, short term relief care

12

general inpatient care

in a hospital, hospice, or long-term care facility

13

advanced care planning

must be signed when cognitively aware

14

advance directives

initiated by patient, living wills, durable power of attorney

15

end of life wishes

white people are more likely to end treatment while hispanic and black people prefer to do whats possible to stay alive. celebrations of life

16

active euthanasia

intentionally causing death, physician assisted, mandated by state

17

passive euthanasia

intentionally withholding life sustaining support

18

religious practices after death - hindu

belief in reincarnation, cremation, wash, anoint, dress and place on decorated stand and cremate

19

religious practices after death- judaism

wash and wrap in white shroud and place in wooden coffin- simple service, quick burial, sitting shiva

20

religious practices after death- muslim

quick burial with community

21

roman catholic practices after death

before death person is given communion and anointed by priest

22

stages of grief

anger, denial, bargaining, depression, acceptance