Mercy killing is when a doctor or a nurse deliberately ends the life of a patient who is usually very sick, in great pain and with no hope of recovery in order to save them from suffering this can be at the request of the patient or in some cases without it.
It is of course an area of heated debate ethically, religiously, and morally. Some countries allow mercy killing if the patient requests it, and in limited conditions even without the patient’s request, while other countries prohibit it and consider it a form of murder.
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Savior of Mothers
Although disinfecting hands before surgery seems like common sense today, this was not always the case. In fact; in 1846 when the Hungarian doctor “Ignaz Semmelweis” theorized that washing hands with chlorinated lime solution could drastically decrease the chance of “Childbed Fever” (A common fatal fever at the time usually accruing after giving birth) he was mocked and rejected by the medical community!
It is believed in 1865 Ignaz suffered a nervous breakdown and was committed to an asylum by his colleagues where he was beaten by the guards and died 14 days later! It was only a year after his death that his practice of disinfecting the hands received widespread acceptance when French chemist Louis Pasteur confirmed the germ theory.
In his honor, Ignaz is now called “the savior of mothers”.