Decyzja O Podejmowaniu Resuscytacji W Przypadku Szpitalnego Zatrzymania Krazenia -- Aktualna Praktyka I Poglady Lekarzy
Anestezjologia intensywna terapia 2010 Jan-Mar; 42(1): 19-23
BACKGROUND; DNAR is the procedure when CPR is not undertaken as it appears to conflict with the patient's will or may not be in his or her best interests due to medical futility. DNAR decisions should be carefully discussed in advance by the medical team and patients and finally formally documented. DNAR orders are still extremely rare in Polish hospitals and decisions to forgo CPR are usually made at the very last moment. Therefore, we compare actual practice and opinions of physicians related to DNAR decisions.
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