Our expert says:
Indeed a most tragic situation to contemplate. What is highly likely is that in the late stages of multiple organ failure, his body chemistry went awry in a major way, making him highly confused. In such situations people often become noisy and randomly mobile, though so far as one can establish, they aren't actually suffering or registering any of this. Its like the Death Rattle, when a dying person breathes very noisily towards the end --- which can be highly alarming and disturbing to the onlooker, though the individual is unaware of it and not discomforted by it. I'm surprised that the home told you this, in such an alarming manner, as it was obviously not helpful to you in any way, and may not even have been strictly accurate. If you like, call your local hospice and ask to speak to one of the most experienced bnurses there, whoo can probably comment usefully and based on more experience.
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