Use Terry Cooper’s Five–step Ethical Decision-making Model to make an ethical decision to resolve the below ethical dilemma. A 17-year-old boy is brought into the emergency room, gravely injured. He needs a heart transplant, but there is a limited amount of hearts available, and the kid has been on drugs. Unfortunately, it is quite likely that he will overdose and die in the next few years. At the same time, an older lady is brought into the emergency room. She also needs a heart transplant. She is well into her seventies but is loved by her grandchildren and is an active tennis player. She has not finalized her will. Both people desperately need a heart transplant. They will die otherwise. There are two people. There is one heart. It is your choice. No computer can help you. The decision will rest on your shoulders. And the time is ticking down. Use Terry Cooper’s Five–step Ethical Decision-making Model to make an ethical decision to resolve the below ethical dilemma. 1. Outline Terry Cooper’s Five–step Ethical Decision-making Model. 2. Provide detailed information from the case for each step of Terry Cooper’s Model in resolving the dilemma. 3. Provide justification of the decision to be ethical.