Individualism Â Â Â Â Â Many characteristics may create oneâ€™s individualism. Personality, appearance, environment, and heredity are the characteristics that make up oneâ€™s individuality. One can control the individual he may become with the help of individualism. Â Â Â Â Â Personality is a characteristic that plays a major role in oneâ€™s individuality. â€œOne has many parts that make up his personalityâ€ (Kramer 27). One may show these parts in different ways. There are a variety of personalities that one can have. If one wants others to see him as fun, he must have a fun and joyful personality. If one has an outgoing personality, one may have many friends and have a very social life. Many times a person can be judged by his personality. Oneâ€™s personality may vary from day to day. One should always try to express the most unique personality possible. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Oneâ€™s appearance can clearly define oneâ€™s individuality. Oneâ€™s appearance can be controlled to a certain extent. A person can truly express his individualism through his appearance. The color of oneâ€™s hair, skin, and eyes can be changed to oneâ€™s liking. The way a person looks can determine many things throughout his life. Â Â Â Â Â The environment in which one lives may greatly affect oneâ€™s individuality. â€œThe people and things around one affect how one may feel about oneselfâ€ (Kramer 12-13). His environment also affects the way a person behaves. The people and things that are around one could affect how one feels and thinks about oneself. A personâ€™s environment can be controlled. If one is not happy in his environment, he can find a more suitable place to live. In several ways, oneâ€™s environment can determine who one will become in the future. Â Â Â Â Â Heredity is a characteristic that helps determine oneâ€™s individualism. Heredity controls features like the color of oneâ€™s hair, eyes, and skin. The way one is seen as a person could be determined because of oneâ€™s heredity. One may not be accepted or he may even be stereotyped by his heredity. Heredity is a characteristic that cannot be changed or altered.
MLE Assignment Essay 1. Ethically, is brain death not as final as cardiac death? Why or why not? Brain death is final. There is no coming back from it, ever. Neurons die, and the brain ceases to function. Permanently. With cardiac death, we can sometimes use medication or electricity to resume heart function. A systole (no electrical activity in the heart) can sometimes be reversed if the underlying cause of the problem can be treated (such as severe electrolyte abnormalities, or severe hypothermia). 2. How does the Prudent Person Rule apply in this case? The prudent rule or reasonable man law dictates that a person act in a manner that is consistent with the skills, logic, resources, and knowledge that an average lay-person may have. In medicine, it would apply to a patient in that they are required to take all steps that are reasonable and prudent to affect a positive outcome in their treatment. In other words, you would be expected to follow doctors orders, do all routine follow up and home therapy, use reasonable judgments and so on. So the answer here is, yes this does apply to the case because this young girl came into the hospital for a simple surgery removing her tonsils, adenoids, and extra sinus tissues. And was shortly determined brain dead after beginning to bleed profusely, and went through cardiac arrest, meaning the serious dysfunction of an organ. 3. In your opinion, could this tragedy have been prevented? If so, how? In this case I really donâ€™t know the specifics of this particular case, because there are so many missing pieces between the pre-op and post-op that Iâ€™m unsure of how this actually happened to determine if this tragedy could have been prevented. In some cases the parents have to be completely informed as to the ramifications of a situation before making a final decision.
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