Despite his constant pain and lack of mobility Johnny campaigned to raise money to find a cure for EB right up until his death. The documentary he allowed TLC to film of the last months of his life has raised ?500,000 and was voted as number six in the Fifty Greatest Documentaries as voted by industry professionals such as respected film makers and journalists... displayed 300 characters
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The show ends with his death and funeral but it was not a funeral of complete sadness and mourning. Everyone including himself knew he was going to die soon and they also believed he was going somewhere better. It was sad because you could see that the people in the funeral home had lost a good friend but it was as if they were relieved to see that he was no longer in pain... displayed next 300 characters
Johnny is able to speak to his father without thinking of his own anguish. Gunther further emphasizes Johnny's courageous behavior when he writes of how Johnny would encourage Frances by stating, "Remember your destiny, Mother!" (Gunther 51)...
Then I ask this question; for you let an ill person who has an incurable disease die is something sinful and against religion, but do you think not to let this person die and let him writhe with pain is something acceptable? Since in that case you allow the body (which God created) to suffer a lot...
As Godfrey (2005) discusses 'the assessment should include a description of the pain: its location, duration, frequency, intensity, aggravating and relieving factors, and the patient's cognitive response to pain...
The nurse should use effective communication skills by exploring ways to get the patient to freely express their experiences of pain and discomfort.
The elderly are especially susceptible to under-assessment of pain because of their beliefs about aging and misconceptions about pain...
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