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    Title: Biomedicalization of death: a review Abstract: Biomedicine has played an essential role in death's definition by stablishing it as an object of technoscientific knowledge as well as consti-tuting and performing it through biomedical practices, its technical equipments and its spaces of action. In this article we draw a route for re-cent works involving principal issues of study around the biomedicalización of death as are (I) the good death, (II) being in and for death, (III) palliative care, (IV) death as a decision, (V) resuscitation prac-tices, (VI) the technological death in the Intensive Care Units (ICU) and (VII) brain death. Furthermore, we do a fast approach to the works through the research perspectives and traditions that they are mobilizing. Death is presented as a controverted fact in the existing society and are multiple fields of medicine in which it is spread as such. It results unmis-takeable that according to how death is defined, debates that accompany it will be defined and vice versa, according to which are the worries about death, will be delimited what it is, in what terms and through which prac-tices it can be defined. Keywords: Death; medicalization; biomedicalization; medicine; biomedi-cine; technoscience. Resumen: La biomedicina ha jugado un papel esencial en la definición de la muerte, estableciéndola como objeto del saber tecnocientífico a la vez que constituyéndola y performándola a partir de las prácticas biomédicas, sus equipamientos técnicos y sus espacios de acción. En el presente trabajo trazamos un recorrido por los principales temas de estudio que hemos identificado en los trabajos recientes alrededor de la biomedicalización de la muerte, como son (I) la buena muerte, (II) el ser en y para la muerte, (III) los cuidados paliativos, (IV) la muerte como decisión, (V) las prácticas de resucitación, (VI) la muerte tecnológica en las Unidades de Cuidados Inten-sivos (UCI) y (VII) la muerte encefálica. Por otra parte, también hacemos una rápida aproximación a los trabajos a partir de las perspectivas y tradi-ciones de investigación que están movilizando. La muerte se presenta como un hecho controvertido en la sociedad actual y son múltiples los ámbitos médicos en los que se despliega como tal. Según cómo se defina qué es la muerte, se definirán los debates que la acompañan y viceversa, según cuáles sean las preocupaciones alrededor de la muerte, se delimitará en qué consiste ésta, en qué términos y con qué prácticas se pue-de definir. Palabras clave: Muerte; medicalización; biomedicalización; medicina; bio-medicina; tecnociencia.

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    Title : La biomedicalización de la muerte: una revisión / Biomedicalization of death: a review
    Author(s) : Gemma Flores-Pons & Lupicinio Iñiguez-Rueda
    Abstract : Title: Biomedicalization of death: a review Abstract: Biomedicine has played an essential role in death's definition by stablishing it as an object of technoscientific knowledge as well as consti-tuting and performing it through biomedical practices, its technical equipments and its spaces of action. In this article we draw a route for re-cent works involving principal issues of study around the biomedicalización of death as are (I) the good death, (II) being in and for death, (III) palliative care, (IV) death as a decision, (V) resuscitation prac-tices, (VI) the technological death in the Intensive Care Units (ICU) and (VII) brain death. Furthermore, we do a fast approach to the works through the research perspectives and traditions that they are mobilizing. Death is presented as a controverted fact in the existing society and are multiple fields of medicine in which it is spread as such. It results unmis-takeable that according to how death is defined, debates that accompany it will be defined and vice versa, according to which are the worries about death, will be delimited what it is, in what terms and through which prac-tices it can be defined. Keywords: Death; medicalization; biomedicalization; medicine; biomedi-cine; technoscience. Resumen: La biomedicina ha jugado un papel esencial en la definición de la muerte, estableciéndola como objeto del saber tecnocientífico a la vez que constituyéndola y performándola a partir de las prácticas biomédicas, sus equipamientos técnicos y sus espacios de acción. En el presente trabajo trazamos un recorrido por los principales temas de estudio que hemos identificado en los trabajos recientes alrededor de la biomedicalización de la muerte, como son (I) la buena muerte, (II) el ser en y para la muerte, (III) los cuidados paliativos, (IV) la muerte como decisión, (V) las prácticas de resucitación, (VI) la muerte tecnológica en las Unidades de Cuidados Inten-sivos (UCI) y (VII) la muerte encefálica. Por otra parte, también hacemos una rápida aproximación a los trabajos a partir de las perspectivas y tradi-ciones de investigación que están movilizando. La muerte se presenta como un hecho controvertido en la sociedad actual y son múltiples los ámbitos médicos en los que se despliega como tal. Según cómo se defina qué es la muerte, se definirán los debates que la acompañan y viceversa, según cuáles sean las preocupaciones alrededor de la muerte, se delimitará en qué consiste ésta, en qué términos y con qué prácticas se pue-de definir. Palabras clave: Muerte; medicalización; biomedicalización; medicina; bio-medicina; tecnociencia.
    Keywords : Death; medicalization; biomedicalization; medicine; biomedi-cine; technoscience.

    Subject : Death
    Area : Health Sciences
    Language : Spanish
    Year : 2012

    Affiliations Departament de Psicologia Social, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona
    Journal : Anales de Psicología
    Volume : 28
    Issue : 3
    Pages : 1695-2294
    Url : http://revistas.um.es/analesps/article/view/156171/138171
    Doi : http://dx.doi.org/10.6018/analesps.28.3.156171

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