Translation of assisted suicide in Spanish:

assisted suicide

suicidio asistido, n.


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    suicidio asistido masculine
    • No physician engaged in euthanasia or medically assisted suicide should be responsible for diagnosing brain death.
    • To conduct physician assisted suicide effectively, doctors would probably have to administer drugs parenterally.
    • In practice, many physicians oppose assisted suicide and euthanasia, and hospitals have barred assisted suicide from their premises.
    • In my view, physician assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia are a matter of personal choice and human rights.
    • Once they start down the road to assisted suicide, such a patient would find it difficult to turn back.
    • It is the only state to have sanctioned physician assisted suicide and also allows marijuana to be used for medical purposes.
    • The growing concern about health care costs increases the risks presented by legalizing assisted suicide and euthanasia.
    • Doctors call it assisted suicide even when they don't ask the patient.
    • Several polls on euthanasia and assisted suicide have been conducted among physicians.
    • If assisted suicide or euthanasia were to be legalized, psychologists would play a key role in reducing possible abuses of the process.
    • Suicide and attempted suicide are no longer crimes in Australia, but voluntary euthanasia or assisted suicide is illegal.
    • Only once those dilemmas have been resolved, should we even begin to think about legalising either assisted suicide or euthanasia in this country.
    • As a result, a special Senate committee reviewed the issues surrounding euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada.
    • What happens to autonomy and compassion when assisted suicide and euthanasia are legally practiced?
    • Despite their complexity, assisted suicide and euthanasia are both gaining acceptance.
    • Much more controversial are euthanasia and assisted suicide.
    • In most places, both assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia are unlawful, although there are some exceptions.
    • Wouldn't euthanasia or assisted suicide only be available to people who are terminally ill?
    • Legalising physician assisted suicide would carry a high risk of undermining the care of all dying patients.
    • The discussion of assisted suicide and euthanasia is the latest topic to be dominated by hysterical fears.