A guide to understanding death and dying information for family and caregivers it provide suggestions about how you can help comfort your loved one it also provides tips on how to cope and look after yourself and other loved ones during this difficult time. A death in the family especially when its the last parent can throw up a lot of unresolved and painful issues for example some members of the family will have had a warm relationship with the dying person others may be harboring dislike grudges or anger some will freely embrace what is happening. Family members may want clothing that was removed or cut away during resuscitation reviving efforts a spiritual counselor may do a religious ritual depending on the persons or his familys wishes ask if you can spend time with the body if the person or family agreed on organ donation certain body organs or tissue may be taken for donation. Guide to the dying process such treatment is aimed at the comfort of the family or caregivers because noisy breathing occurs at a time when the dying person is unaware of it the death rattle does not cause discomfort for the dying person this breathing can continue for hours and often means that death will occur in hours or days. The four key domains of the dying process are symptom control preparation ie visiting with spiritual advisor avoiding life support having funeral arrangements in order connectedness ie spending time with family and friends transcendence ie feeling unafraid of dying feeling at peace with dying feeling untroubled about strain on loved one
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