QUESTION 1 Which of the following is an example of a deontological argument in opposition to the following statement:

A 51-year-old male presents to your office with left lower abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. He states that he has a decreased appetite along with a low-grade fever and chills.
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Module 6 Teena Kissee Case Study I What are the potential ICD-10 codes in this case? 1. a. 2. How can the NP determine if the patient v/s an established patient at the clinic?
November 13, 2019

QUESTION 1 Which of the following is an example of a deontological argument in opposition to the following statement:

QUESTION 1 Which of the following is an example of a deontological argument in opposition to the following statement: “Medical aid in dying is something terminally ill patients who are mentally competent should have access to if they so choose.” “It is fundamentally against the Hippocratic Oath for a physician to intentionally aid in hastening a patient’s death.” “The principle of patient autonomy demands that a terminally ill patient who is mentally competent should have the option for medical aid in dying.” “Denying terminally ill patients who are mentally competent access to medical aid in dying causes those patients to unnecessarily suffer physical pain.” “Permitting medical aid in dying for terminally ill patients who are mentally competent may lead to a slippery slope’ where physicians begin hastening the death of patients in other situations.” QUESTION 2 Which of the following is an example of a deontological argument in support of the following statement: “Medical aid in dying is something terminally ill patients who are mentally competent should have access to if they so choose.” “The principle of patient autonomy demands that a terminally ill patient who is mentally competent should have the option for medical aid in dying.” “Denying a terminally ill who is mentally competent access to medical aid in dying causes those patients to unnecessarily suffer physical pain.” “Permitting medical aid in dying for terminally ill patients who are mentally competent may lead to a ‘slippery slope’ where physicians begin hastening the death of patients in other situations.” “It is fundamentally against the Hippocratic Oath for a physician to intentionally aid in hastening a patient’s death.” QUESTION 9 Which of the following is NOT true regarding Joshua Greene’s MRI research investigating brain activity in relation to the Trolley Experiment? According to Greene, only decisions reached by the part of the brain associated with rational decision- making can be considered moral. According to Greene, competition between different systems within the brain may lead to our human conceptualization of morality. When people are presented with Version 1 of the Trolley Experiment, the part of the brain associated with rational decision-making is activated. When people are presented with Version 2 of the Trolley Experiment, a less evolved part of the brain associated with emotional responses is activated QUESTION 10 Which of the following is an example of an outcome-based morality argument in support of the following statement: The government should assure everyone has access to health care regardless of ability to pay. “Giving health care away to everyone will just encourage people to be irresponsible with their personal finances and personal health.” “Providing access to healthcare for everyone regardless of ability to pay will lower the disease burden and improve society for everyone.” “It’s simply unconscionable that people are forced to go without health care in a country as wealthy as the United States. “It is a fundamental violation of my liberty for the government to take my taxes and use them to benefit someone else.”

 

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