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What happens when artificial nutrition and hydration is given to patients who are at the end of life? Is it considered suicide to refuse artificial nutrition and...
There are times when artificial nutrition and hydration is necessary, and times when it can be refused. Learn more here.
Artificial nutrition and hydration is a form of life-sustaining treatment, provided by placing a tube directly into the stomach, the intestine or a vein. Learn more here.
Artificial nutrition and hydration with feeding tubes and IV's is often not recommended in dying patients.
Statement on Artificial Nutrition and Hydration Near the End of Life. Approved by the AAHPM Board of Directors on September 13, 2013.* Background
Decisions about artificial nutrition and hydration [ANH] generate strong feelings. There may be concerns about providing it at all shortly after catastrophic injuries...