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2018-41, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, advanced dementia, euthanasia based on an advance directive, premedication.

Publication | 01-01-2018

2018-31, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, particular caution in cases involving patients with a psychiatric disorder, consulting an ...

Publication | 01-01-2018

2018-123, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, decisional competence, impairment of functions which were central to the patient’s life.

Publication | 01-01-2018

2018-80, due care criteria complied with

non-straightforward notification, independent physician recommended that depression be ruled out.

Publication | 01-01-2018

2018-116, due care criteria complied with

Straightforward notification, cancer.

Publication | 01-01-2018

2017-38, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, independent physician gives negative assessment, physician proceeds with euthanasia nonetheless.

Publication | 01-01-2017

2017-14, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, disagreement among specialists consulted.

Publication | 01-01-2017

2017-42, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, particular caution in cases involving patients with a psychiatric disorder.

Publication | 01-01-2017

2017-82, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, muscle relaxant not administered as the patient was already deceased.

Publication | 01-01-2017

2017-08, due care criteria complied with

Non-straightforward notification, no reasonable alternative.

Publication | 01-01-2017