Name some very important organs that are not vital organs

After studying the course materials located on Module 5: Lecture Materials & Resources (MUST USE ONLY RESOURCES GIVEN HERE) SEE BELOW page, answer the following:Name some very important organs that are not vital organs.List the functional description of all the normal vital organs, including today’s exceptions.Is it possible to live without a vital organ? Why? Example?Distinction between assisting or substituting vital organs. Bioethical analysis.Do the following practices assist or substitute the vital organ? Why?DialysisRespiratorVentilatorTracheotomyCPRRead and summarize ERD PART FIVE Introduction.Unconscious state: Definition.Clinical definitions of different states of unconsciousness: Compare and contrastBenefit vs Burden: bioethical analysis.APA 7 ED, YOUR OWN WORDS, KEEP IT SIMPLE. ReadEthical and Religious Directives (ERD) for Catholic Health Care Services (6th ed.). (2018). PART FIVE: IntroductionPHI 3633 WK 5-A.pdf downloadPHI 3633 WK 5-B.pdf downloadDISTINCTION BETWEEN ASSISTING AND SUBSTITUTING VITAL ORGANS.pdf downloadWatchCioffi, A. (2019, March 9). BIO 603 VITAL ORGANS ASSIST SUBST 3 9 19 [Video file]. Retrieved fromBIO 603 VITAL ORGANS ASSIST SUBST 3 9 19 (Links to an external site.)BIO 603 VITAL ORGANS ASSIST SUBST 3 9 19Cioffi, A. (2019, March 24). BIO 603 UNCONSCIOUS 3 23 19 [Video file]. Retrieved fromBIO 603 UNCONSCIOUS 3 23 19 (Links to an external site.)BIO 603 UNCONSCIOUS 3 23 19