Attitudes and beliefs about the use of oxygen at the end of life vary among individuals
Attitudes and beliefs about the use of oxygen at the end of life vary among individuals, including health professionals and patients.
Initial Discussion Post:
Read the following article:
- Quinn-Lee, L., Gianlupi, A., Weggel, J., Moch, S. D., Mabin, J., Davey, S., … Williams, K. (2012).Use of oxygen at the end of life: On what basis are decisions made?International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 18(8), 369-372.
Does the evidence provide a convincing argument for or against the use of oxygen at the end of life? Explain your position. Discuss how this research will affect your nursing practice in the future.
Base your initial post on your readings and research of this topic.
***Must be at least 250 words, APA format, and include in-text citations***