i just want to understand of what happened to my grandma. we took her off life support. and she looked as if she was breathing and she turned her head opened her mouth a little to breath out of. i was told it was just nerves from taking the life support off. they said she would struggle because of nerves but she just lay there and turned her head up and kept breathing as what i saw. they gave her morphine for pain because they said she was suffering and it also stopped her heart. what i want to know was she alive but in a coma or was she brain dead, and was the shot the right thing to do.
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