Factors Associated With Change in Resuscitation Preference of Seriously Ill Patients
Rosenfeld, Kenneth E.
Wenger, Neil S.
Phillips, Russell S.
Connors, Alfred F.
Dawson, Neal V.
Califf, Robert M.
Oye, Robert K.
Archives of Internal Medicine 1996 July 22; 156(14): 1558- 1564
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Rosenfeld, Kenneth E.; Wenger, Neil S.; Phillips, Russell S.; Connors, Alfred F.; Dawson, Neal V.; Layde, Peter; Califf, Robert M.; Liu, Honghu; Lynn, Joanne; Oye, Robert K. (1996-07-22)BACKGROUND: During serious illness, patient preferences regarding life-sustaining treatments play an important role in medical decisions. However, little is known about life-sustaining preference stability in this population ...
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