The patient self determination act states that if you are dying and you have no advance directive, that you should not have to die. It is my opinion that the patient self determination act has become outdated and should be replaced by the patient self-determination act of 1990.
The patient self determination act states that if you are dying and you have no advance directive, you should have a doctor who will discuss your options with you and make the best informed and most appropriate decision for your particular situation. In the instance of a patient who has no advance directive, I do not believe that the patient self determination act of 1990 applies. The patient self determination act states in part: “If you are dying and you have no advance directive, you should not have to die.
Here’s how the patient self determined act is supposed to work. You will have a doctor who will talk to you about your options, decide if they are good ones or not, and make the best informed and most appropriate decision for your particular situation.
I dont see how this is supposed to work. Even if he had an advance directive, it doesn’t mean what he wrote in the sky about needing to die will be followed. The doctor will follow your wishes and then you will have to accept what is on the paper. Now imagine that doctor was a serial killer who didn’t have the wherewithal to follow the patient self determined act in any case.
This is especially true when the patient has had a stroke or something else that would have prevented him from following the directive the doctor had written. The question then becomes, did the doctor follow the patient self determined act? I think the answer is yes, but it will come down to one of two things: whether you were competent at the time to make the decision yourself or not.
The problem with the patient self determined act that all the courts have said is that it is basically impossible for a person to make an advance decision for themselves on their own. The courts have ruled that the patient self determined act is not self-executable and that you can’t make an advance decision for yourself.
My own court case which ended with me being found incompetent to make my own advance decisions is why I think it won’t be that hard for you to decide for yourself. It’s like a court case where you’re asking a judge to decide if the patient self determination act is self-executable and the judge says, “you’re being a jackass, you should know that the law doesn’t require me to do anything else for you than what you already decided for yourself.
Like I said, I think that if you had the option of going alone or going without the person who has your advance directive, you would make the same decision for yourself. It would not be that difficult for you to do. You would just be choosing to wait until you’ve made some money and then you could go back home and not make a decision.