Artificial nutrition and hydration for patients with advanced dementia: Perspectives from medical practitioners in the Netherlands and Australia.
What does ANH stand for?
ANH stands for artificial nutrition and hydration
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We have 30 other meanings of ANH in our Acronym Attic
- Absolutely No Heat (oil processing)
- Academia Nacional de la Historia (República Argentina)
- Access Node Hub
- Acute Normovolemic Hemodilution (cardiology)
- Agence Nationale de l'Habitat (French: National Housing Agency)
- Agencia Nacional de Hidrocarburos (Colombia)
- All Nippon Helicopter (airline, Japan)
- Alliance for Natural Health
- Anhang (German: Appendix; used in designating Beethoven's music)
- Anworth Mortgage Asset Corporation (Santa Monica, CA)
- Association of Neighbourhood Houses (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
- Asuris Northwest Health (insurance; Spokane, WA)
- Atrial Natriuretic Hormone
- Alabama Nursing Home Association
- Alaska Natural History Association (Anchorage, Alaska)
- Alliance of National Heritage Areas
- American Naturopathic and Holistic Association (Washington, DC)
- Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis (journal)
- Automobile National Heritage Area (US NPS; Michigan)
- Ardsley-North Hills Athletic Association (Pennsylvania; youth sports)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Relatives wanted artificial nutrition and hydration withdrawn and said the woman, referred to as M in court, would not want to live "a life dependent on others".
The woman's sister broke down during the Court of Protection hearing in London as she told Mr Justice Baker why relatives thought that artificial nutrition and hydration should be withdrawn.
Artificial Nutrition and Hydration and the Permanently Unconscious Patient: The Catholic Debate Ronald P.
9781589011786 Artificial nutrition and hydration and the permanently unconscious patient; the Catholic debate.
WASHINGTON (CNS)Catholic health care and ethical groups thanked the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith for clarifying its stand on artificial nutrition and hydration for patients in a persistent vegetative state in a pair of Sept.
Few Catholic leaders pointed out that artificial nutrition and hydration had generally been considered treatments that could be withdrawn in extreme cases such as Schiavo's.
On March 20, 2004, Pope John Paul II, in an address to participants in the International Congress on Life Sustaining Treatments taught that artificial nutrition and hydration (ANH) is not medical treatment but basic care whose purpose is nourishment.