Nobody Wants to Have End-of-Life Conversations, But...

Lead Author: Christopher Magoon
Submitted by: Janice Radway, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Family members should understand their loved ones’ goals and wishes for treatment in the event of critical illness. The COVID era has heightened the need for these conversations, as initial studies show that intubated COVID-19 patients often do not survive.

Here is how to be ready, should your family face such a situation.

Read the full opinion blog post in Scientific American here.

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