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Response to Sunriser13 (Original post)

Thu Mar 26, 2020, 09:56 AM

22. Coding someone is horrific, violent, extremely traumatic

And exposes the entire patient. Plus, the contaminants from the patient are everywhere. It brings 6 or more people flying into a scene of panic and chaos, and into the space of one bed.

If your loved one has already suffered from enough to find themselves in a hospital bed, think twice, three times before subjecting him or her to the event.

It's a physical assault on a helpless victim. That's the reason it keeps the heart beating and lungs pumping.

All on a weakened patient who's going to have to recover in a compromised state. And it might just be putting off the inevitable, and need to be repeated.

It's not something you want to experience. It's not like on tv.

I can understand why this is being considered.

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