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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. David Lapham. David Lapham Creator. We have an internal vegetative regulation which controls body temperature, which controls breathing, which controls to a considerable degree blood pressure, which controls to some degree heart rate, which controls chewing, swallowing and which controls sleeping and waking.
We have a more highly developed brain which is uniquely human which controls our relations to the outside world, our capacity to talk, to see, to feel, to sing, to think.
Brain death necessarily must mean the death of both of these functions of the brain, vegetative and the sapient. Therefore the presence of any function which is regulated or governed or controlled by the deeper parts of the brain which in laymen's terms might be considered purely vegetative would mean that the brain is not biologically dead.
Because Karen's neurological condition affects her respiratory ability the respiratory system being a brain stem function she requires a respirator to assist her breathing.
From the time of her admission to Saint Clare's Hospital Karen has been assisted by an MA-l respirator, a sophisticated machine which delivers a given volume of air at a certain rate and periodically provides a "sigh" volume, a relatively large measured volume of air designed to purge the lungs of excretions.
Attempts to "wean" her from the respirator were unsuccessful and have been abandoned. The experts believe that Karen cannot now survive without the assistance of the respirator; that exactly how long she would live without it is unknown; that the strong likelihood is that death would follow soon after its removal, and that removal would also risk further brain damage and would curtail the assistance the respirator presently provides in warding off infection.
It seemed to be the consensus not only of the treating physician but also of the several qualified. The further medical consensus was that Karen in addition to being comatose is in a chronic and persistent "vegetative" state, having no awareness of anything or anyone around her and existing at.
Although she does have some brain stem function ineffective for respiration and has other reactions one normally associates with being alive, such as moving, reacting to light, sound and noxious stimuli, blinking her eyes, and the like, the quality of her feeling impulses is unknown.
She grimaces, makes stereotyped cries and sounds and has chewing motions. Her blood pressure is normal. Karen remains in the intensive care unit at Saint Clare's Hospital, receiving hour care by a team of four nurses characterized, as was the medical attention, as "excellent" She is nourished by feeding by way of a nasal-gastro tube and is routinely examined for infection, which under these circumstances is a serious life threat.
The result is that her condition is considered remarkable under the unhappy circumstances involved. Karen is described as emaciated, having suffered a weight loss of at least forty pounds, and undergoing a continuing deteriorative process.
Her posture is described as fetal-like and grotesque; there is extreme flexion-rigidity of the arms, legs and related muscles and her joints are severely rigid and deformed.
From all of this evidence, and including the whole testimonial record, several basic findings in the physical area are mandated.
Severe brain and associated damage, albeit of uncertain etiology, has left Karen in a chronic and persistent vegetative state.
No form of treatment which can cure or improve that condition is known or available. As nearly as may be determined, considering the guarded area of remote uncertainties characteristic of most medical science predictions, she can never be restored to cognitive or sapient life.
Even with regard to the vegetative level and improvement therein if such it may be called the prognosis is extremely poor and the extent unknown if it should in fact occur.
She is debilitated and moribund and although fairly stable at the time of argument before us no new information having been filed in the meanwhile in expansion of the record , no physician risked the opinion that she could live more than a year and indeed she may die much earlier.
Excellent medical and nursing care so far has been able to ward off the constant threat of infection, to which she is peculiarly susceptible because of the respirator, the tracheal tube and other incidents of care in her vulnerable condition.
Her life accordingly is sustained by the respirator and tubal feeding, and removal from the respirator would cause her death soon, although the time cannot be stated with more precision.
The determination of the fact and time of death in past years of medical science was keyed to the. Developments in medical technology have obfuscated the use of the traditional definition of death.
Efforts have been made to define irreversible coma as a new criterion for death, such as by the From ancient times down to the recent past it was clear that, when the respiration and heart stopped, the brain would die in a few minutes so the obvious criterion of no heart beat as synonymous with death was sufficiently accurate.
In those times the heart was considered to be the central organ of the body it is not surprising that its failure marked the onset of death.
This is no longer valid when modem resuscitative and supportive measures are used. These improved activities can now restore "life" as judged by the ancient standards of persistent respiration and continuing heartbeat.
This can be the case even when there is not the remotest possibility of an individual recovering consciousness following massive brain damage The Ad Hoc standards, carefully delineated, included absence of response to pain or other stimuli, pupillary reflexes, corneal, pharyngeal and other reflexes, blood pressure, spontaneous respiration, as well as "flat" or isoelectric electroencephalograms and the like, with all tests repeated "at least twenty-four hours later with no change.
The patient's condition can be determined only by a physician. When the patient is hopelessly damaged as defined above, the family and all colleagues who have participated in major decisions concerning the patient, and all nurses involved, should be so informed.
Death is to be declared and then the respirator turned off. The decision to do this and the responsibility for it are to be taken by the physician-in-charge in consultation with one or more physicians who have been directly involved in the case.
It is unsound and undesirable to force the family to make the decision But, as indicated, it was the consensus of medical testimony in the instant case that Karen, for all her disability; met none of these criteria, nor indeed any comparable criteria extant in the medical world and representing, as does the Ad Hoc Committee report, according to the testimony in this case, prevailing and accepted medical standards.
We have adverted to the "brain death" concept and Karen's disassociation with any of its criteria, to emphasize the basis of the medical decision made by Dr.
When plaintiff and his family, finally reconciled to the certainty of Karen's impending death, requested the withdrawal of life support mechanisms, he demurred.
His refusal was based upon his conception of medical standards, practice and ethics described in the medical testimony, such as in the evidence given by another neurologist, Dr.
Sidney Diamond, a witness for the State. Diamond asserted that no physician would have failed to provide respirator support at the outset and none would interrupt its life-saving course thereafter, except in the case of cerebral death.
In the latter case, he thought the respirator would in effect be disconnected from one already dead, entitling the physician under medical standards and, he thought, legal concepts, to terminate the supportive measures.
We note Dr. Diamond's distinction of major surgical or transfusion procedures in a terminal case not involving cerebral death, such as here. The subject has lost human qualities.
It would. I think that This distinction is adverted to also in the testimony of Dr. Julius Korein, a neurologist called by plaintiff.
Korein described a medical practice concept of "judicious neglect" under which the physician will say:. Don't treat this patient anymore Korein also told of the unwritten and unspoken standard of medical practice implied in the foreboding initials DNR do not resuscitate , as applied to the extraordinary terminal case:.
Cancer, metastatic cancer, involving the lungs, the liver, the brain, multiple involvements, the physician may or may not write: Do not resuscitate It would be said to the nurse: if this man stops breathing don't resuscitate him No physician that I know personally is going to try to resuscitate a man riddled with cancer and in agony and he stops breathing.
They are not going to put him on a respirator I think that would be the height of misuse of technology. While the thread of logic in such distinctions may be elusive to the non-medical lay mind, in relation to the supposed imperative to sustain life at all costs, they nevertheless relate to medical decisions, such as the decision of Dr.
Morse in the present case. We agree with the trial court that the decision was in accord with Dr. We tum to that branch of the factual case pertaining to the application for guardianship, as distinguished from the nature of the authorization sought by the applicant.
The character and general suitability of Joseph Quinlan as guardian for his daughter, in ordinary circumstances, could not be doubted. The record bespeaks the high degree of familial love which pervaded the home of Joseph Quinlan and reached out fully to embrace Karen, although she was living elsewhere at the time of her collapse.
The proofs showed him to be deeply religious, imbued with a morality so sensitive that months of tortured indecision preceded his belated conclusions despite earlier moral judgments reached by the other family members but unexpressed to him in order not to influence him to see the termination of life-supportive measures sustaining Karen.
A communicant of the Roman Catholic Church, as were other family members, he first sought solace in private prayer looking with confidence, as he says, to the Creator, first for the recovery of Karen and then, if that were not possible, for guidance with respect to the awesome decision confronting him.
To confirm the moral rightness of the decision he was about to make he consulted with his parish priest and later with the Catholic chaplain of Saint Clare's Hospital.
He would not, he testified, have sought termination if that act were to be morally wrong or in conflict with the tenets of the religion he so profoundly respects.
He was disabused of doubt, however, when the position of the Roman Catholic Church was made known to him as it is reflected in the record in this case.
While it is not usual for matters of religious dogma or concepts to enter a civil litigation except as they may bear upon constitutional right, or sometimes, familial matters; cf In re Adoption of E , 59 N.
The judge was bound to measure the character and motivations in all respects of Joseph Quinlan as prospective guardian; and insofar as these religious matters bore upon them, they were properly scrutinized and considered by the court.
Thus germane, we note the position of that Church as illuminated by the record before tis. We have no reason to believe that it would be at all discordant with the whole of Judea-Christian tradition, considering its central respect and reverence for the sanctity of human life.
It was in this sense of relevance that we admitted as amicus curiae the New Jersey Catholic Conference, essentially the spokesman for the various Catholic bishops of New Jersey, organized to give witness to spiritual values in public affairs in the statewide community.
The position statement of Bishop Lawrence B. Casey, reproduced in the amicus brief, projects these views:. This upon the reasoning expressed by Pope Pius Xll in his "allocutio" address to anesthesiologists on November 24, , when he dealt with the question:.
Competent medical testimony has established that Karen Ann Quinlan has no reasonable hope of recovery from her comatose state by the use of any available medical procedures.
The continuance of mechanical cardiorespiratory supportive measures to sustain continuation of her body functions and her life constitute extraordinary means of treatment.
Therefore, the decision of Joseph… Quinlan to request the continuance of this treatment is, according to the teachings of the Catholic Church, a morally correct decision.
And the mind and purpose of the intending guardian were undoubtedly influenced by factors included in the following reference to the interrelationship of the three disciplines of theology, law and medicine as exposed in the Casey statement:.
The right to a natural death is one outstanding area in which the disciplines of theology, medicine and law overlap; or, to put it another way, it is an area in which these three disciplines convene.
Medicine with its combination of advanced technology and professional ethics is both able and inclined to prolong biological life.
Law with its felt obligation to protect the life and freedom of the individual seeks to assure each person's right to live out his human life until its natural and inevitable conclusion.
Theology with its acknowledgment of man's dissatisfaction with biological life as the ultimate source of. These disciplines do not conflict with one another, but are necessarily conjoined in the application of their principles in a particular instance such as that of Karen Ann Quinlan.
Each must in some way acknowledge the other without denying its own competence. The civil law is not expected to assert a belief in eternal life; nor, on the other hand, is it expected to ignore the right of the individual to profess it, and to form and pursue his conscience in accord with that belief.
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