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  Euthanasia* Forensic and Legal Medicine R 135 Lecture XVII June, 2009 * This replaces the lecture srcinally labelled lecture XVII  2  November 8, 2014 Euthanasia - Definition Belgium menerima the Dutch definition:  “euthanasia is the intentional taking of someone‟s life by another, on her request”.  Berikut ini adalah tidak berlaku pada kasus dimana dengan orang yang tidak kompeten; ada usulan penggunaan terminologi dengan “penghentian kehidupan pada orang yg tidak kompeten”    Lebih penting lagi, tindakan untuk menghentikan terapi yang sia-sia (futile) ini adalah bukan euthanasia dan pada kasus ini disebut “passive euthanasia”   Apapun yang disebut “indirect euthanasia”, memaksa untuk menggunakan analgesik dengan efek yang memperpendek kehidupan ini juga secara jelas dibedakan dari euthanasia yang sebenarnya.  3  November 8, 2014 Belgian Euthanasia Law  On January 20, 2001 the euthanasia commission of Belgium‟s upper house, the Senate,memvoting usulan UU euthanasia bahwa euthanasia tidak lagi dihukum oleh undang-undang bila syarat2 tertentu dipenuhi.  Sembilan bulan kemudian October 25, 2001 Belgium‟s Senate menyetujui prpoposal undang2 euthanasia tersebut secara mayoritas  4 Pembagian (… are the part / mean of the debate! )  euthanasia    –  (from Greek - “ good death ”): killing (terminating the life) of a person (or an animal) in a presumably painless or minimally painful way  assisted suicide    –  providing means and/or the help to a person, who want to terminate his/her life -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  euthanasia by means  [e.g. insulin in a diabetic]  –“ active  ”    “ aggressive  ” –  using lethal dose of medicaments, or lethal substance/s, or force to kill  “ non-aggressive  ” –  withdrawing life support  –“ passive  ” –  withholding common treatments/giving a medication to relieve pain, knowing that it may also result in death  euthanasia by consent  – voluntary     –   with the person‟s direct consent    – non-voluntary     –   without the person‟s direct consent (e.g. someone not legally competent, or unable to make the decision), decision made by a proxy  – involuntary     –   against someone‟s will --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  „terminal sedation‟    „letting die‟, futile treatments,…  


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