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    Treyvon Cauley

    1.It’s really important to plan ahead for crises instead of just dealing with them as they happen, to prevent them or lessen their effects.
    2.It was a way of sparing them from prolonged suffering where death seemed imminent, and there were severe limitations in providing adequate care. In his view, it was a deeply troubling but merciful action taken to prevent further pain and distress for those patients who were unlikely to survive.
    3.Religion-Different religious beliefs affect end-of-life choices. For example, Catholicism may prioritize preserving life even in extreme situations.
    Consent-In emergencies, obtaining consent for end-of-life decisions becomes difficult as patients may be unable to communicate their wishes.
    Medical Conditions-Limited resources and the severity of a patient’s condition heavily influence end-of-life decisions in critical situations.

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