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The year was 1983, and this was the hospital ethics committee’s first consult. End-of-life decisions made national headlines, and durable powers of attorney for health care remained largely untested. The hospital chaplain asked several members of the ethics committee, including the hospital’s risk manager, to meet with her, Mrs. Latham, and Dr. Rall to deepen the discussion. m. Chapter 1 showed how personal perspective points each of us in a certain direction and orients our initial approach to an issue or decision.
MURDER OR MERCY? Julie Latham and her thirty-five-year-old husband planned to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary hiking in the Colorado Rockies. However, while packing for the long-awaited trip, Rick Latham suddenly collapsed. The emergency room physicians diagnosed a rapidly progressing brain infection, and within three days, Rick lost consciousness. In an instant, the couple’s bright future irreversibly shifted course. Rick lay in a coma connected to “life” by a ventilator and feeding tube.
I don’t want that for me. ’ I promised. I know I have the legal responsibility for making this decision. It’s devastating. ” Silence fell as Mrs. Latham put her head down and wept. Next, it was Dr. Rall’s turn. The chaplain asked him to explain more about his position, how he had handled similar cases in the past, and what mattered to him in Rick Latham’s case. He waited for some time and then said, “It’s not that I don’t ever stop life support treatment. I do. My wife died last year, and I made the decision to turn off her ventilator.