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Quelle place occupe la prophétie auto-réalisatrice dans le processus décisionnel d’un arrêt ou limitation des traitements après un arrêt cardio-respiratoire ?

Abstract : In intensive care, the self-fulfilling prophecy represents an important bias in the care of the patient. The medical team is faced with the responsibility of having the patient's future in their hands. Despite the establishment of advance directives, a person of trust, multi- disciplinary interaction or even decision-making elements helping the decision-making process, all the complexity lies in the persistence of uncertainty concerning the patient's future. The resuscitator must take into consideration the individual in his environment, and judge for himself whether the foreseen handicap is worth living for this individual precisely. To do this, he must use his professional experience, without his own feelings invading him, without becoming the prophet of an unfavorable situation, whether it be stopping treatment too early, or therapeutic obstinacy. This is where all the complexity of self-fulfilling prophecy remains.
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Juliette Pillard. Quelle place occupe la prophétie auto-réalisatrice dans le processus décisionnel d’un arrêt ou limitation des traitements après un arrêt cardio-respiratoire ?. Santé publique et épidémiologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03381397⟩

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