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hello I am dr. IRA byock one of the.physicians practicing here at.dartmouth-hitchcock Medical Center I.want to spend a few minutes talking.about advanced directives and why we.encourage all of our adult patients to.have an advanced directive document on.file within their medical records I want.to explain what advanced directives are.and why they are important to you and.your family along the way I hope to.dispel misconceptions some people have.about advanced directives advanced.directives concern how people want.decisions about their medical treatment.to be made if they have a.life-threatening condition who people.want to speak for them and what.treatments they would want to have or.not have.sometimes when doctors nurses or social.workers bring up the subject of advanced.directives patients or their families.become worried that it means that their.condition is serious and that we know.something they do not let me assure you.this is not the case at.dartmouth-hitchcock Medical Center we.bring up the subject of advanced.directives with all of our adult.patients this is why we have made this.video presentation at.dartmouth-hitchcock Medical Center we.strive to give the very best care.possible every day we save lives of.people with serious illness and whenever.possible restore people to full health.and function but while we strive to save.lives and to maximize people's.independence and function we also.recognize that every human life.eventually comes to a natural end.therefore whether or not cure is.possible.we strive to ensure that people's.comfort is preserved and to improve.their quality of life whenever someone.is seriously ill people who love and.care about that person their close.friends or relatives are always affected.by their condition they feel the pains.of illness and not only can they help.but often families need to help for.their own emotional well-being.thus in.addition to giving the best care.possible to patients we strive to.support families during the course of a.patient's serious illness advanced.directives can help us do so advanced.directive documents and the information.they contain are important because in.situations of serious health problems.including life-threatening conditions.such as stroke or heart or lung failure.one size does not fit all everyone is.different people with different.backgrounds cultures and religions often.have strong values and hold strong.beliefs that guide their personal.decisions including decisions about.health care treatments the decisions.that one person might make might be.entirely different from the decisions.another person might make in the very.same situation what's right for you.might not be right for me or somebody.else at dartmouth-hitchcock Medical.Center we strive to practice shared.decision-making.this means that doctors and nurses work.together with patients and their.families in developing decisions and.plans for care that meet people's.medical needs but are also consistent.with a person and Families individual.values and their preferences for care.advanced directives are valuable tools.in the process of shared decision-making.additionally advance directive documents.are important because without one there.may be no clear legal authority to speak.for you if you become unable to speak.for yourself.advanced directives offer a way to.communicate your values and preferences.for treatment to your doctors in a.future time when you might be seriously.ill or injured as well as a way of.easing the burden that family members.sometimes feel in making difficult.decisions in stressful critically-ill.circumstances advanced directives are.most effective when they are based on.conversations within families and among.the people immediately affected by a.person's illness therefore we encourage.people to talk about their advanced.directives and to use the documents and.workbooks that both the states of New.Hampshire and Vermont provide people to.guide conversations around their kitchen.tables or their.living rooms it is important that people.in families know what one another would.want in circumstances of serious illness.or injury it's important to understand.what advanced directives are and also.what they are not an advance directive.document is a planning and communication.tool for guiding people through.difficult topics of illness and injury a.tool for helping people to identify.their own values and preferences for.health treatments in serious and.potentially life limiting conditions and.advanced directives offer people a way.to project their caring for their family.into an uncertain future that may be.stressful for their family an advance.directive is also a resource for family.support during times of critical illness.when critical illness or injury occurs.an advanced directive document can be a.valuable resource for helping to guide.family members in making medical.decisions along with a patient's doctor.advanced directives are not a doctor's.order to withhold CPR a so called DNR.order nor do advance directives.represent a decision to simply allow a.person to die advanced directives.definitely do not have anything to do.with assisted suicide or euthanasia.advanced directives are also different.from a property will they have nothing.to do with a person's possessions.property or financial affairs some.people confuse the two documents but.they are completely separate and one.document does not affect the other by.federal law hospitals and other health.care institutions are required to ask.patients if they have an advanced.directive document or if they would like.assistance in completing one.however at dhm C we ask about advanced.directives and offer people help in.completing them because we believe that.this is part of giving the best care.possible like many other physicians and.nurses and other clinical and support.staff here at dartmouth-hitchcock.Medical Center I have an advanced.directive on file and so does every.other adult in my family I have an.advanced directive because I want the.very best.here for myself and if I am unable to.speak for myself I want my future.doctors to know my values and my general.preferences for treatment but I also.have an advanced directive for another.reason to take care of my family at a.future time if I become victim to a.sudden emergency such as perhaps a.sudden stroke or accident that leaves me.unconscious and with severe probably.permanent brain damage I know that in.such circumstances my wife and my.daughters will be left to wrestle with.difficult decisions about my treatments.I can not stop that from happening.that's simply the way things work but I.can do whatever is possible to lessen.the burden that they would feel in these.circumstances I want to achieve at least.two things for my family and advance.directives help me to do so first I want.to give my family clear unquestionable.authority to speak for me and to work.with my doctors in making medical.decisions second I want them to have a.written reminder of my values and.general preferences that I have for.medical treatments in the hope that they.will feel that I am shouldering part of.the responsibility as they wrestle with.medical treatment decisions on my behalf.in addition to myself every adult in my.family including my two young adult.daughters has an advanced directive we.feel that it is part of good health care.planning and a way of supporting one.another during hard times of serious.injury or illness that like every other.family we know we may well encounter in.the future advanced directives come in.two different forms the first called a.durable power of attorney for healthcare.authorizes an individual to speak for.you in making medical decisions if at a.future time you become unable to speak.for yourself.the second type of advanced directive.often called a living will enables you.to express choices about whether to.accept or to avoid specific treatments.in circumstances of serious.life-threatening illness or injury.in recent years these two types of.advanced directives have become commonly.combined within a single document this.is the case in both New Hampshire and.Vermont the durable power of attorney.for healthcare names a healthcare agent.or authorized medical decision-maker.someone to speak for you or on your.behalf if a time comes when you're.unable to speak for yourself most people.choose a relative perhaps one's husband.or wife or life partner or a parent or.an adult child brother or sister.sometimes people choose a particularly.close friend whomever you choose to.serve as your healthcare agent it is.essential that that person knows you.well and is someone whom you trust an.advance directive document does not need.to be overly detailed or specific to be.useful the power of attorney for health.care is based on trust between people.who know and care for one another by.expressing a person's basic values and.general treatment preferences the.advanced directive can serve as a guide.to doctors and family members in an.apply and preferences to the specific.circumstances of an individual's injury.or illness some people choose to name a.health care agent or authorized medical.decision maker and leave the remaining.portions of their advance directive form.blank this is entirely acceptable and.the advance directive is still valid as.long as the form is properly signed and.witnessed at least as important as.choosing someone who can speak for you.and writing down that choice in an.advance directive is talking with the.person who you would choose to make.those decisions at a future time it is.important that they accept the.responsibility of serving as your health.care agent or authorized medical.decision-maker it's important also to.express to them what you think you would.want them to know in situations in which.you were seriously ill or injured and.unable to speak for yourself.the living will was the original form of.advanced directive a person can use a.living will document to express his or.choices for medical treatment in.situations of a terminal condition in.which the person is both unable to speak.for himself or herself and is likely not.to regain the ability to speak when a.living will is not accompanied by a.durable power of attorney for healthcare.document it is often less useful because.it is frequently difficult to apply an.individual's stated preferences to the.particular situations in which there.might be uncertainty about whether a.treatment being considered could extend.life or even change the person's.condition from terminal to possibly.curable most advanced directive forms in.current use including those in both New.Hampshire and Vermont include a section.that replaces the original living will.within this living will portion of the.new advanced directive in individuals.can provide specific choices about.whether they would want or not want.treatments such as cardiopulmonary.resuscitation or CPR mechanical.ventilation which requires a tube.inserted into a person's windpipe and a.breathing machine to help them to.breathe kidney dialysis and medically.administered nutrition and hydration.this refers to fluids and nutrients.administered through a tube inserted.into a person's stomach or fluids and.nutrients given intravenously both New.Hampshire and Vermont forms now have a.statement or clause within the advanced.directive document that asks people.whether treatments can be given against.their objections at some future time in.which they are confused or delirious and.are refusing treatments that their.health care proxy or authorized medical.decision-maker.feels are needed and are in the person's.best interests most people answer yes in.completing this section of the form.thereby they affirm their trust in the.judgment of the person they have chosen.to speak for them this statement or.clause often confuses.people it is intended to apply to people.who suffer from serious mental illnesses.such as schizophrenia or manic.depression that cause episodes in which.they are unable to think clearly or.people who have progressive dementia and.aren't worried that in the future they.might become confused and might refuse.treatments that they would actually want.to have a common question people have.concerns whether their advanced.directive would be valid in other states.in general an advanced directive.document that is valid in the state in.which a person lives is also considered.valid in all other states to be useful.your advance directive document must be.available when it is needed some people.keep the original in their Attorney's.office or in a safe deposit box while.this may be wise it also means that the.advanced directive might not be.available at night or on weekends or in.distant locations therefore it is.essential to have an advanced directive.copy immediately available to your.doctors and family members in the case.of an emergency at dartmouth-hitchcock.Medical Center we can scan your.completed advanced directive into your.electronic medical record and keep it on.file for you your family and your.doctors to use in the future even years.in the future if it ever becomes needed.when changes in a person's personal life.occur it is advisable to review and.update the person's advanced directive.for instance after someone goes through.a divorce or suffers the death of a.husband or wife who had been named as.the persons authorized medical decision.maker it is strongly recommended that.people update their advanced directive.it is easy to do so simply by completing.a new advance directive form we can.provide such a form for you to use and.can then scan this new completed.advanced directive document into your.medical record thereby replacing the old.one similarly if you wish to revoke your.advance directive at any time.you can do so simply by creating a new.document and having it become part of.your medical record we consider the most.current or recent document to be the one.that is valid if you are interested in.learning more about advanced directives.or completing one please let your doctor.your nurse or social worker know that.you would like to do so or simply stop.by the Health Education Center they can.provide appropriate forms and if needed.a member of the D HMC staff or specially.trained volunteers are available to.assist you in completing your advanced.directive once your advance directive is.signed and witnessed we would be happy.to scan a copy into your medical record.and return the original to you I hope.that this short presentation has been of.interest and answered questions that you.may have had about advanced directives I.would welcome any thoughts or.suggestions you have for improving this.presentation and the process of.completing your advanced directive you.can write me dr. IRA byock.care of Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical.Center or send an email message to IRA.byock and Hitchcock dot-org.on behalf of all of the doctors nurses.and other clinical and support staff.here at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical.Center thank you for allowing us to be.involved in your care.

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