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Finally! Found it.. and apprently the parents give the hospitals consent to do this to the child..Frustrated
 


si i would never fib to anyone Embarrassed ever.  and yes its horible Frown

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Ok finally found it. its ONE hospice from what i can tell. The counrty is really poor but yes parents and doctors let the sick die there.

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"MissBallerinaxoxox" wrote:

"Storm1232" wrote:

Finally! Found it.. and apprently the parents give the hospitals consent to do this to the child..Frustrated
 

That's just terrible. /:

They don't know whats really happening, they assume its suppose to be quick and painless


even if it is its still horible Frown

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The site I'm on says this:

-Sick children are being discharged from NHS hospitals to die at home or in Hospices on controversial ‘death pathways’.

-Until now, end of life regime the Liverpool Care Pathway was thought to have involved only elderly and terminally-ill adults

-But the Mail can reveal the practice of withdrawing food and fluid by tube is being used on young patients as well as severely disabled newborn babies.

-One doctor has admitted starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in the neonatal unit of one hospital alone.

-Writing in a leading medical journal, the physician revealed the process can take an average of ten days during which a baby becomes ‘smaller and shrunken’.

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The LCP – on which 130,000 elderly and terminally-ill adult patients die each year – is now the subject of an independent inquiry ordered by ministers.

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The investigation, which will include child patients, will look at whether cash payments to hospitals to hit death pathway targets have influenced doctors’ decisions.

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Medical critics of the LCP insist it is impossible to say when a patient will die and as a result the LCP death becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. They say it is a form of euthanasia, used to clear hospital beds and save the NHS money.

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The use of end of life care methods on disabled newborn babies was revealed in the doctors’ bible, the British Medical Journal.

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Earlier this month, an un-named doctor wrote of the agony of watching the protracted deaths of babies. The doctor described one case of a baby born with ‘a lengthy list of unexpected congenital anomalies’, whose parents agreed to put it on the pathway.

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The doctor wrote: ‘They wish for their child to die quickly once the feeding and fluids are stopped. They wish for pneumonia. They wish for no suffering. They wish for no visible changes to their precious baby.

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Their wishes, however, are not consistent with my experience. Survival is often much longer than most physicians think; reflecting on my previous patients, the median time from withdrawal of hydration to death was ten days.

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‘Parents and care teams are unprepared for the sometimes severe changes that they will witness in the child’s physical appearance as severe dehydration ensues



Apparently it takes about 10 days for the process to end in death.. Frown

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It is horrible. But your talking about a poor country whose BEST hospitals are loosing patients due to a fluids shortage - they aren't going to give vital fluids to the sick and dying at a hospice. Most doctors do this on parents and staffs orders and pray its quick. Yes, its really sad... But in all honesty thats survival of the fittest in these ugly times.

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"-Allie-" wrote:

It is horrible. But your talking about a poor country whose BEST hospitals are loosing patients due to fluids they aren't going to give vital fluids to the sick and dying at a hospice. Most doctors do this on parents and staffs orders and pray its quick. Yes, its really sad... But in all honesty thats survival of the fittest in these ugly times.


So because the child is deformed its okay for the parents to let it starve to death?

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"-Allie-" wrote:

It is horrible. But your talking about a poor country whose BEST hospitals are loosing patients due to fluids they aren't going to give vital fluids to the sick and dying at a hospice. Most doctors do this on parents and staffs orders and pray its quick. Yes, its really sad... But in all honesty thats survival of the fittest in these ugly times.


Sick or not, it's still pretty messed up. Society sucks now a days. /:


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My question is why did they even make a death hospital?

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The site I'm on says this:

-Sick children are being discharged from NHS hospitals to die at home or in Hospices on controversial ‘death pathways’.

-Until now, end of life regime the Liverpool Care Pathway was thought to have involved only elderly and terminally-ill adults

-But the Mail can reveal the practice of withdrawing food and fluid by tube is being used on young patients as well as severely disabled newborn babies.

-One doctor has admitted starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in the neonatal unit of one hospital alone.

-Writing in a leading medical journal, the physician revealed the process can take an average of ten days during which a baby becomes ‘smaller and shrunken’.

-
The LCP – on which 130,000 elderly and terminally-ill adult patients die each year – is now the subject of an independent inquiry ordered by ministers.

-
The investigation, which will include child patients, will look at whether cash payments to hospitals to hit death pathway targets have influenced doctors’ decisions.

-
Medical critics of the LCP insist it is impossible to say when a patient will die and as a result the LCP death becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. They say it is a form of euthanasia, used to clear hospital beds and save the NHS money.

-
The use of end of life care methods on disabled newborn babies was revealed in the doctors’ bible, the British Medical Journal.

-
Earlier this month, an un-named doctor wrote of the agony of watching the protracted deaths of babies. The doctor described one case of a baby born with ‘a lengthy list of unexpected congenital anomalies’, whose parents agreed to put it on the pathway.

-
The doctor wrote: ‘They wish for their child to die quickly once the feeding and fluids are stopped. They wish for pneumonia. They wish for no suffering. They wish for no visible changes to their precious baby.

-
Their wishes, however, are not consistent with my experience. Survival is often much longer than most physicians think; reflecting on my previous patients, the median time from withdrawal of hydration to death was ten days.

-
‘Parents and care teams are unprepared for the sometimes severe changes that they will witness in the child’s physical appearance as severe dehydration ensues



Apparently it takes about 10 days for the process to end in death.. Frown



yes thats the one i saw on the news Frown

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"Storm1232" wrote:

"-Allie-" wrote:

It is horrible. But your talking about a poor country whose BEST hospitals are loosing patients due to fluids they aren't going to give vital fluids to the sick and dying at a hospice. Most doctors do this on parents and staffs orders and pray its quick. Yes, its really sad... But in all honesty thats survival of the fittest in these ugly times.


So because the child is deformed its okay for the parents to let it starve to death?
Nope never said that. I'm just stating the faacts. Its not a hopital its a hospice and its not by accident. I don't like it either.

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