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    Nicole Salvador

    1- According to her, she said she didn’t murder those patients, she had spent her entire life taking care of patients. She has no reason or history of doing anything other than good for the patients.

    The book explores how the hospital staff dealt with the aftermath of the hurricane and how they made difficult decisions in order to save lives. By including information about high-profile murders and the murder rate in New Orleans, Fink is able to provide a broader context for the events that took place at Memorial Medical Center and explore some of the larger issues that were at play during this time.

    3-After Hurricane Katrina, according to TV lawyer Alan Shore’s closing statement, New Orleans was no longer a part of America.
    “The United States of America was nowhere to be found during that awful week.” Only the doctor managed to keep her “innate sense of humanity” by assisting the patients to pass away quietly.

    Mercy killing is a controversial topic that has been debated for centuries. The historical perspectives offered on mercy killing have impacted the views of many people. Some factors that seem to sway thinkers from one side to the other include religious beliefs, cultural values, and personal experiences. For example, some people believe that mercy killing is morally wrong because it goes against the sanctity of life. Others argue that it is a compassionate act that can relieve suffering.

    It is difficult to say whether any perspectives are missing from this short historical lesson without knowing which historical lesson you are referring to. However, it is important to consider all perspectives when discussing such a complex and sensitive issue.

    5-Dr. Pou’s attorney had a difficult time finding useful guidelines from the AMA on comfort in care during disasters because the AMA has not issued any specific guidelines on this topic. Instead, the AMA has issued general ethical guidelines for physicians in disaster situations. Arthur Caplan believes that Dr. Pou and her colleagues were put in an impossible situation and that they did the best they could under the circumstances. The AMA decided to create a task force to study the ethical issues raised by Hurricane Katrina.

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