La ortotanasia o muerte digna, designa la actuación correcta ante la muerte por parte de quienes atienden al que sufre una enfermedad. 3 jul. doente terminal morte cerebral eutanásia, distanásia e ortotanásia. Eutanásia Francis Bacon eu (bom) thanatos (morte) “No tratamento. Resumen El objetivo de este estudio es analizar la percepción de enfermeras intensivistas sobre los conceptos de la distanasia, eutanasia y ortotanasia, y las .

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However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. It was concluded that although nurses understood these three concepts relating to terminal illness and recognized their importance for the provision of care, from the responses analyzed it could not be inferred dkstanasia the principles of orthothanasia were actually present in routine care, which can negatively influence the quality of such care.

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Services on Demand Journal. The speeches about death and dying are diverse and heterogenous, and they do not always coincide and they never complement each other completely. The themes that emerged from the responses were identified and analyzed based on literature.


Perception of intensive care nurses in regional hospital on dysthanasia, euthanasia and orthothanasia. Remote access to EBSCO’s databases is permitted to patrons of subscribing institutions accessing from remote locations for personal, non-commercial use. How to cite this article. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract.

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One of the first problems euthanasia has from its origins is that of the great quantity of concepts, types and subtitles there are. The objective of this study was to analyze the perception of intensive care nurses on the concepts of dysthanasia, euthanasia and orthothanasia and the possible bioethical implications for care.

However, remote access to EBSCO’s databases from non-subscribing institutions is not allowed if the purpose of the use is for commercial gain through cost reduction or avoidance for a non-subscribing institution. An exploratory and descriptive study of a qualitative nature was carried out through eutanasis applied to eight nurses working in Intensive Care Units.

Palliative care; Nursing care; Bioethics; Intensive care disyanasia. The results showed that nurses understood the concepts of dysthanasia, euthanasia and orthothanasia correctly, but could not carry out practical care based on the principles of orthothanasia, and demonstrated difficulty in defining the four bioethical principles that should direct care.


Because if we follow the concept of euthanasia to the word, we follow the concept of euthanasia to the word, we can state that we all want a good death, therefore we all should ask for euthanasia. Each one of them hopes to define, know, and possess the phenomenon of death.

The origin of this situation lies in the etymology of euthanasia which just means “good death,” which is sufficiently ambiguous and neutral, generating all kinds of interpretations.


This abstract may be abridged. Each on of these disciplines creates it with its own resources.

With this confusing horizon, let us analyze the points of view which are for or against euthanasia.