DEATH
COMPENSATED DONATION
Ethical questions about basic human
values-The Rights to life and health- in the
development of practices such as assisted...
Abortion
Artificial insemination
Artificial life
Assisted suicide
Blood transfusion
Cloning
Euthanasia
Exorcism
O...
The permanent cessation of all
biological functions.
CAUSES: biological aging, malnutrition,
disease, suicide, murder and ...
Organ transplantation is the moving of
an organ from one body to another or
from a donor site to another location on
the p...
Questions
1- What is your opinion about people who
donate their organs? Would you donate
your organs to help someone else?...
Questions
1- What is your opinion about people who
donate their organs? Would you donate
your organs to help someone else?...
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Bioethics

  1. 1. DEATH COMPENSATED DONATION
  2. 2. Ethical questions about basic human values-The Rights to life and health- in the development of practices such as assisted suicide, abortion, gene therapy, etc. Investigation and a study of ways in which decisions in medicine and science touch upon our society and environment. Related to beliefs, the culture and thoughts of each person
  3. 3. Abortion Artificial insemination Artificial life Assisted suicide Blood transfusion Cloning Euthanasia Exorcism Organ donation Organ transplant Reproductive rights Sperm and egg donation Suicide Transexuality Genetically modified organism
  4. 4. The permanent cessation of all biological functions. CAUSES: biological aging, malnutrition, disease, suicide, murder and accidents or trauma resulting in terminal injury. Types of Death: Heart-Lung Failure Brain Death: The irreversible end of all brain activity Whole-Brain Death: without technological intervention, neither their heart nor their lungs will do anything. Higher Brain Death: the death of those parts of the brain responsible for consciousness and higher reasoning . In this case there is no ethical reason to keep the body alive.
  5. 5. Organ transplantation is the moving of an organ from one body to another or from a donor site to another location on the patients own body. Nowadays, you can choose to donate your organs or not. Transplants save and transform lives; but the only way to get an organ is to take it from someone else, and this has produced a set of moral problems. As it occurs in keeping somebody alive trough the use of machines and technology, organ transplantation depends of our individual decisions, and of our thoughts.
  6. 6. Questions 1- What is your opinion about people who donate their organs? Would you donate your organs to help someone else? 2-What would you do if you had to keep somebody alive artificially? Costoya; Hegel; Much & Vignolo.
  7. 7. Questions 1- What is your opinion about people who donate their organs? Would you donate your organs to help someone else? 2-What would you do if you had to keep somebody alive artificially? Costoya; Hegel; Much & Vignolo.
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