Mahrer, C Schwarzenegger, SJ Ziegler, and G Bosshard. "Reasons Why People in Switzerland Seek Assisted Suicide: the View of Patients and Physicians." Swiss Medical Weekly. 139 (2009): 23-24. Print.
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The cases were recorded in Zurich, information was obtained by the medical facilities and letters by the dead patients were analyzed to find out and understand the cause which led them to take such decisions (Fischer 334). While conducting this study, the researchers were able to find out and analyze the causes given both by the physicians and the patients who were supposedly in severe pain due to the disease and hence they took the decision of performing and undergoing euthanasia. Also, some of the reasons were long-term disability of the patients due to some neurologic disorder or accidents that caused the patients to require long-term care i.e. for years or even permanent disability leading them to a life that is relied completely on others. Other reasons include a mutual decision taken both by the patients and their physicians in whom the patients had the right to control their death, they thought they have lost the right to live, some patients think that they cannot live further or perform their daily chores and are now relying on others and that is affecting their dignity as well as living a life of no reason, they chose to end their lives (Fischer 336). During the research, the researchers were able to identify physical, social and psychological reason as the main ones behind opting for euthanasia.
It was further concluded that physicians who perform euthanasia are supposed to report cases which are medical in nature because the law of Zurich demands a medical professional to report a case undergoing euthanasia due some medical reasons that led a patient to opt for it. Also, demographic factors were identified between patients who opted to undergo euthanasia. Gender was another factor identified behind the reasons for opting euthanasia. It was observed that male population did not report pain but loss of control
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