In Delaware, an advanced health care directive is basically a living will which advises your health care providers who they should ask whenever you are not able to speak for yourself. This would include during emergencies, during surgery, and any other times where perhaps the health care treatment renders you unable to speak for yourself. You should share your advanced health care directive with your health care provider, potentially with a hospital where you might be, and with the proxy individually.
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