Changes in Medical Care at a Pediatric Oncology Referral Center After Placement of a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order
Baker, Justin N
Kane, Javier R
Howard, Scott C
Hinds, Pamela S
Journal of palliative medicine 2010 Nov; 13(11): 1349-52
Parents may fear that a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order will result in reduction of the level, quality, and priority of their child's medical care. We therefore assessed medical care that was continued, added, and discontinued after a DNR order was placed in the medical record.
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