There is a huge debate going on around the world on whether the parents of an unborn child should have the right to have an abortion, or the unborn child should have the right to live. This issue is very universal and gets an individual to think, “Whose rights are being protected, the mother's or the fetus?” With abortion being legal, the mother's rights are being protected, but what happens to the unborn child's rights? A small, innocent, and fragile child may die all because his/her parents made the bad choice of having sex before they were ready to have a child. The unborn baby did not choose to be put into this life, and the unborn baby definitely should not be put to death because the parents don't want to take responsibility. Statistics show that 92% of abortions in America are purely elective-- done on healthy women to end the lives of healthy children.
One can use adoption as an alternative, since the fetus can cause harmful effects to the the mother. In addition , the most important and ethical reason to not abort a child is simply the immoral act of taking an innocent life. People should raise awareness about this topic. In addition, laws and regulations should be adopted in abortion should not be legalized. Abortion is a murderous act and it is unfair to decide to take away an unborn child’s life away.
(Garg, Manish, and Nadia Markovchick) Both these cases had risks in which the mother was put in danger during the abortion procedure. With the first case we see how abortions can be performed by medical providers who do not have the skills to perform this procedure resulting in complications. In the second case we see how a pharmacologic agent used for the two-part abortion caused hyperkalemia in the patient and could have been fatal if medical attention was not provided. Overall, abortions not only harm the unborn child but harm the mother if performed incorrectly. Abortions should be made illegal only to protect the life of the unborn child and the life of the mother.
Carrying the baby, giving birth and rearing the baby could be constant reminders of the trauma the mother had been through and so abortion could be seen as the lesser of two evils. Another similar circumstance could be if the foetus is deformed or severely handicapped. Some Christians could justify the abortion on the grounds that it is unfair to bring a severely handicapped infant into life if its quality of life is going to be very poor. However other Christians argue that no-one knows the potential of this foetus irrespective of the medical opinion regarding the handicap. At any rate... ... middle of paper ... ...ring and the suffering of the family watching a loved one suffer.
Therapeutic privilege involves the deception of patients by their doctors. If a doctor feels that pertinent information may potentially do more harm to the patient than good, he may withhold that information. It was once widely believed that if a terminal patient found out he/she were going to die, the information would ultimately cause him/her more harm and anguish. To “protect” their patients, doctors often withheld such information. Grounds for this justification are in the principles of beneficence and nonmaleficence.
Many consider abortion morally reprehensible and do so because they think it is the killing of an innocent human being who has a right to life. I used to think that this was a weak argument because the fetus does not really become a human being until its mother gave birth to it. However, after learning the different stages of reproduction, I began to see why people considered abortion as killing. I began to wonder if abortion should be allowed at just any stage of the reproductive process and after what stage should it not be allowed. And what about cases where the female didn’t know she was pregnant until the third trimester and a partial birth abortion needs to be performed?
Reason #3: The most strongest reason for me would be that If the pregnancy is the result of carelessness on the mother’s part for an example she did not take the proper caution to prevent unintended pregnancy,then she should have to deal with the consequences. It is ultimately her responsibility to prevent pregnancy if both she and her male partner do not wish to have a baby. III. CONCLUSION A. It is not fair that millions of babies have to die everyday so that the mother baby can live on without a problem, but there is also a half a chance that the mother can die alongside with the baby.
Many human beings consider abortion as something cruel and unnatural for destroying a little living being life. Why you may think? Because that little living being didn’t tell you that they wanted to come into this world. There can be pros and cons about abortion it all depends in the situation that you are in. But, have you ever thought about how dangerous abortion is to the baby and yourself?
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy or MSBP is a rare form of child abuse. It consists of a parent fabricating the illness of their child in order to receive medication and attention from medical care professionals. MSBP is one of the biggest overlooked “illnesses” because it is hard to accuse a perpetrator with it. MSBP is hard to diagnose and accuse a person of because medical files are confidential and take some time to allow to be seen by the justice system. It can lead to serious health problems and even death of the child victim involved with the fabrication.
It is the patient’s decision to have a treatment or not depending of the severity of the treatment and how it will affect the patient. The nurse ethical dilemma is whether respect the family’s idea of not informing the patient or following the law regarding the patient’s right of knowing the truth. It is known by the nurse that their responsibility is to protect the safety of the patient and that is why making the decision of telling the truth to the patient knowing that it will affect him/her makes it so difficult. It is imperative for the nurses to know the right of the family members in the patient’s