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A woman facing a life threatening condition during pregnancy may be faced with a difficult decision. There are many considerations in making the decision about whose life should be saved. The mother may have other children who rely on her. Without their mother, the well-being of the children is threatened. From a utilitarian perspective, this approach might consider which decision would cause the most harm and which would lead to the most good (Andre & Velasquez, 2010). A deontological approach would consider the harm, rather than the consequences (Sherman, nd). Therefore, the health of the mother or the unborn child might be considered in terms of improving current health. A physician or the mother may decide either way, depending on whose health is considered more important.
It is well known that consumption of alcohol during pregnancy can harm a baby. Yet, to this point, no judge has forces a woman ...
The expert examines the legal and ethical considerations regarding pregnant women with life threatening diagnosis.
The Terri Schiavo case
I am just curious of other opinions since its a hot item and I had a hard enough time putting my dogs down. This is a good example of what can happen if you don't have a living will put together. I am very perplexed on my own feelings and thoughts because I am both a mother and spouse.
What do you think are the major issues in the Terri Schiavo case regarding the rights of citizens to life, medical care, the right to live or die, and the family members' ability to make decisions on her behalf. How do you think the case has been resolved to date? Based on your understanding on the evidence, how just and /or ethical were the decisions?
I wonder if Jeb Bush will get legal guardianship!View Full Posting Details