Should a School Honor a Student's DNR Order?
Kuehl, Karin S.
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal. 1992 Mar; 2(1): 1-3.
Physicians first present the case of a sixteen-year-old cardiac patient who has refused a heart transplant and cardiac resuscitation. Her family and physicians accept the decision. The family has asked the school system to honor her do not resuscitate order if she goes into cardiac arrest in school. The school system has refused to do so. Following the case presentation, a lawyer, a physician/ethicist, and an educator consider the important issues raised by this ongoing case.
Adolescents; Advance Directives; Allowing to Die; Case Studies; Chronically Ill; Critically Ill; Decision Making; Directive Adherence; Emergency Care; Females; Heart Diseases; Hearts; Institutional Policies; Legal Aspects; Minors; Organ Transplantation; Parents; Physicians; Resuscitation; Resuscitation Orders; Right to Die; Schools; Students; Transplantation; Treatment Refusal;
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Kuehl, Karin S.; Shapiro, Steven; Sivasubramanian, K.N. (1992-03)Physicians first present the case of a sixteen-year-old cardiac patient who has refused a heart transplant and cardiac resuscitation. Her family and physicians accept the decision. The family has asked the school system ...
Kuehl, Karen S.; Shapiro, Steven; and Sivasubramanian, K. N. (1992-03)
Scofield, Giles R. (1992-03)...Instead of and certainly before advising the school or S.A. to go into court, I would urge them to try to resolve the question where it arises -- in the classroom, not the courtroom. And I would ask school officials ...