Negligence is a mayconsist of action or inaction.
A person is negligent if he fails to act as anordinarily prudent person would act under the circumstances. Also can be aconduct that it falls below for the protection of others against unreasonablerisk of harm. In this case by which the plaintiff, Ms. Tomcik, while inthe custody of the Ohio Department of Correction and Rehabilitation, said thatemployees because the defendant has failed to diagnose oh timely confirmed hisbreast cancer, the right breast it had to be eliminated. It is very surprisinghow at one time everything that could cause the death of the plaintiff as atumor or cancer and how it was formed, without being able to have anything,only gave patient a part of his chest to be remove, even though the defendantwas the victim of the negligence, after some time the complainant was analyzed.Before all this happenedthe plaintiff felt a lot of discomfort on the right side of his chest was alsovery uncomfortable which Dr. Dr. Evans was the one who at all times was in theconvalescence of the passant until the final verdict on this case.
The otherdoctor who also was a part of this joining was Dr. Lidsky, he was a goodsurgeon who found the lumps on the right side of person. I believe the defendant, had that in order to be transferthe person who was placed early to get release. I think that in this case thereis much to be desired and I believe that this is an injustice that complieswith the law, no one can be judged without looking at the condition of how bigyour accusation.No one can be judgedwithout looking at the condition of how great is his accusation even more whena person is judged without giving him the opportunity to be defended, we mustall listen so that we can be understood.not only as in this casewhich the person was judged and was a damage because he had to submit to alltests to be done justice but it would not be the same when you submit to somany things and you remove a part of your body for not knowing in time what wasin your body was forming.
We look after our life no matter how much we have towork and how much we strive.This case is an examplefor all of us so that we assert our rights before the law, and that we are notignorant that we can look and defend ourselves against everything they want toaccuse us, always be with our heads up and fight for what we want to be. Healthand life.I give this 4 element ofnegligence by writing on my own word what is means to me this case.
Case 2.Euthanasia is the therapeutictreatment that is wide used to provide a patient with comfortable death. It isa type of medicine or therapy. I believe that euthanasia is an It is a procedure whichdetermines the life of a person who is destined to die, and who has no cure forhis illness, a person who suffers and feels a lot of pain and cannot bear thesuffering of his illness anymore. This form of term called euthanasia appliesto you.Passive Euthanasia It isthe form of administering the high lethal dose of drug the patient to take hislife for like for person who have cancer, excessive dose of morphineadministration by the patient to get comfortable death with no pain. This performis to give to a patient let suffering so the end is more easy to patient go. I believe that Active euthanasia is when death is broughtabout by an act – for cases when a person is killed by being given an overdoseof pain-killers.
Passive euthanasia is when death is brought about by anomission, when someone lets the person die.Is very hard to choose toend the person you love, or the friend, any member on family have the last wordto put that end on the person life, sometime one decision that is have to beexecutable by sing a paper to give a censer so doctors can do it , to givepeace to patient who suffering . Also there are different 2 ways to differences between, voluntaryeuthanasia when the patient or person who is sick, who is killed that has requestedto be killed because can support the pain or don’t have someone who can decideor don’t have any family to get concert.
Also can be another way is non-voluntary,when the person or patient who is killed made no request and gave no consent.Involuntary euthanasia, when the person or patient who is killed made by expressedwish to the contrary or concern to be determine her /or he life. I think that nobody has the authority to decide on aperson, because only God is the only one that can take away oh give us the lifealthough there are laws that are according to some ways that a person sufferless oh that ends his life in a dream to not suffer more.
I know that themethod of euthanasia is a very well-known method for people who suffer painsthat have no cure such as cancer and leukemia are diseases that a human beingcannot stand and that is when a decision must be made, which is very sad andpainful for some families who do not want people who want to leave this world.I think it is a very painful blow to decide for someone because only God is theone that ends us oh give us. On this last paragraph Iwill explain my opinion about if should a Death with Dignity Act be enactedalso in New York State? I believe that death is a stage in which all one day wewill have to face and then be prepared for when this happens as for example ifletting your family know that your intention is when you are in the last not tolet your suffering is prolonged and you take the best decision, however painfulit may be, if you do not have a family just as a document addressed to a personthat you think can give the consent to proceed as is due by law. I am not agree on the one hand with this that beyond thatto end a life for more human evil that you have been or criminal, I believethat we are all human and deserve life for shorter than it is. I agree with thelaws that by giving an injection a person will take his life even if he is acriminal, I think it is better to pay in life all the bad things so that hefeels that in this life there is a good person and walking right without haserdamage to others.
This is my opinion on everything that is about ending ortaking the life of a loved one or person. Reference :Pozgar, G. &Santucci, N. (2016). Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration, 12th Ed. NewYork: Jones and Bartlett.