Must Consent Always Be Obtained for a Do-Not-Resuscitate Order?
Layson, Rita T.
Archives of Internal Medicine 1996 December 9-23; 156(22): 2617-2620
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Layson, Rita T.; McConnell, Terrance (1996-12-09)Using cardiopulmonary resuscitation for cardiac or respiratory arrest unless there is an explicit do-not-resuscitate order is a policy adopted by all hospitals. Such a policy usually requires the patient's (or surrogate's) consent ...