Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders in a Children's Hospital
Lantos, John D.
Berger, Adam C.
Zucker, Aaron R.
Critical Care Medicine. 1993 Jan; 21(1): 52-55.
Adolescents; Age Factors; Beneficence; Brain; Brain Death; Children; Death; Decision Making; Diagnosis; Drugs; Evaluation; Futility; Hospitals; Infants; Institutional Policies; Intensive Care Units; Life; Medical Records; Minors; Mortality; Parents; Patient Care; Pediatrics; Physicians; Quality of Life; Records; Resuscitation; Resuscitation Orders; Risks and Benefits; Statistics; Surgery; Survey; Terminal Care; Ventilators; Withholding Treatment;
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Lantos, John D.; Berger, Adam C.; Zucker, Aaron R. (1993-01)
Jaing, Tang-Her; Tsay, Pei-Kwei; Fang, En-Chen; Yang, Shu-Ho; Chen, Shih-Hsiang; Yang, Chao-Ping; Hung, lou-Jih (2007-04)OBJECTIVES: To quantify the use of do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders in a tertiary-care children's hospital and to characterise the circumstances in which such orders are written. DESIGN: Retrospective study conducted in a ...
Berger, Jeffrey T. (2003-10-27)Do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders are commonly found in treatment plans for patients near the end of life. Orders for partial resuscitation (eg, "do not intubate") have evolved from DNR orders. Although the ethics of DNR ...