/The deontological code, that replaces the effective one from 1999, regulates the objection for the first time of brings back to consciousness, the sedation and the doping. The text consecrates like " ethically correcta" the sedation in the agony, but " it rejects eutanasia" in order deliberately to cause the death of the patient. The new Deontological Code of the Medical Organization Schoolboy (WTO), that replaces the effective one from 1999, will regulate controversial subjects for the first time as the objection of brings back to consciousness in the abortion and the sedation in the agony, and condemns the participation of the facultative one in the doping of the sportsmen. The president of the WTO, Juan Jose Rodriguez Sendn, has explained east Tuesday, in a press conference, that the text consecrates like " ethically correcta" the sedation in the agony before refractory symptoms as well as the limitation of the therapeutic effort, whereas " it rejects eutanasia" in order deliberately to cause the death of the patient. Article 36 indicates that " the doctor must have to try treatment or improvement of the patient whenever he is posible" , but it adds that " when it is not it, it remains the obligation to apply the suitable measures to secure his well-being, even though from it a shortening of vida" could be derived;. According to Rodriguez Sendn, to avoid that patients s ufran unnecessarily it will end " temptations eutansicas" that they exist in the present society. The code goes in the line of the stipulated thing by the well-known one like Law of Worthy Death, before which the president of the Central Commission of Medical Deontology, Marks Go’mez, has used who " it is necessary to read it with very bad intencin" in order to deduce that it can be " a door abierta to eutanasia". After the Episcopal Conference has showed that this norm could " to conceal eutansicas practices " , Go’mez Sancho has remembered who this hypothesis denied their own president, Antonio cardinal Maria Rouco Varela. A leading source for info: Randall Rothenberg.