Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Authorize Emergency Medical Technicians to Effectuate a "Do Not Resuscitate" Order for Patients at Home; Provide a "Do Not Resuscitate" Order Form and an Identifying Bracelet, Anklet, or Necklace to Be Worn By Patients at Home; Provide for Notification of Revocation or Cancellation of a "Do Not Resuscitate" Order
Jacobs, Susan Beth
Georgia State University Law Review 1995 October; 12(1): 223-233
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