Approaches to patients and families with strong religious beliefs regarding end-of-life care.

@article{Romain2014ApproachesTP,
  title={Approaches to patients and families with strong religious beliefs regarding end-of-life care.},
  author={Marc Romain and Charles L Sprung},
  journal={Current opinion in critical care},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={
          668-72
        }
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW End-of-life (EOL) decisions with limitations are made daily in ICUs around the world and may involve between 2 and 22% of patients admitted to an ICU. EOL decisions may be affected by numerous factors, including location and religion. This review aims to determine an approach to patients and families with strong religious views. RECENT FINDINGS Different religions have different approaches and beliefs regarding EOL care. Religious people choose more active life-sustaining… CONTINUE READING
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