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LIFE SAVING MEASURES
What is an Advance Healthcare Directive?
An Advanced Medical Directive is a legal document that tells your family and doctors what you want to happen if you are unable to make medical choices on your own do to physical or mental incapacitation.
Who will make medical decisions for me if I am incapacitated?
One of the most important things the Medical Directive does is to Designate an "Agent". You agent will legally be able to make decisions about your general medical care as well as make life and death decisions on your behalf by following the guidelines you laid out in your Advanced Medical Directive.
In the eventuality of your passing you can also put specific directions about after death care in your medical directive.
What type of Medical Decisions are included in the Advance Directive?
By addressing important medical choices in your Advanced Medical Directive your Agent will be able to make informed decisions about the type of care you want as well as the handling of your remains after death. Some topics included may address:
DNR's (Do not resuscitate)
Use of a breathing machine to prolong life
Designating a physician responsible for your care
Choices regarding pain relief
Decisions regarding artificial hydration and nutrition
Choices regarding 'heroic' medical treatments
Donation for Medical Research
Specific directions regarding your remains
Who should be my Agent for my Medical Directive?
Whomever you think will follow the decision you put in your Advance Healthcare Directive! Being an Agent for a Medical Directive comes with stressful and weighted responsibilities. They could have to make serious life an death decisions. You have to think carefully about which relative or friend will be able to make the tough but necessary decisions that you want.