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Active dying is the final phase of the dying process. By definition, actively dying patients are very close to death, and exhibit many signs and symptoms of near-death. For instance, actively dying patients are often times unresponsive, and their blood pressure drops significantly.
Below is a list of some of the typical signs of active dying. While a patient may not experience all of the signs below, this list will help the patient’s loved ones and caregivers in recognizing and defining active dying.
The signs and symptoms of active dying include: •Long pauses in breathing; patients breathing patterns may also be very irregular •Patient is in a coma, or semi-coma, or cannot be awoken •Blood pressure drops significantly
Patient’s skin changes color and their extremities may feel cold to the touch •Hallucinations, delirium, and agitation •Build-up of fluid in the lungs, which may cause unusual gurgling sounds - Predicting active dying.
While understanding what to expect by learning the signs and symptoms of active dying can be helpful, predicting active dying is still difficult. As stated previously, a patient may not exhibit all the signs above. In some cases the patient may actually state that he or she is dying. Often times the patient’s position will become rigid, indicating the time of death has approached.
As a loved one and/or caregiver, it’s important that you talk with the nurses and physicians regarding the patient’s condition. They can help in identifying when someone is indeed actively dying, and explain additional ways to help you and your loved one.
If you haven’t done so already, we recommend contacting a hospice provider who can help your loved one by addressing their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs at the end-of-life.
Heres the iconic Morgan Silver Dollar.
1878 was the first year of issue in its series. This is an expensive collection to tackle, but well worth it once complete! Minted from (1878 to1921) in three mints: Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Carson City. The most valuable Morgan Silver Dollars will carry the "CC" mintmark used by the Carson City Mint.
The true gem in this series is the1893-s with prices ranging from $4,000 up to $500,000 dollas for ones graded in MS65.