Decisions Not to Resuscitate in a Swedish University Hospital
Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 1997 November; 41(10): 1263-1266
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Do-Not-Resuscitate Decisions in a Large Tertiary Hospital: Differences Between Wards and Results of a Hospital-Wide Intervention Piers, R D; Benoit, D D; Schrauwen, W J; Van Den Noortgate, N J (2011-03)Despite the advent of palliative care, the quality of dying in the hospital remains poor. Differences in quality of end-of-life practice between hospital wards are well known in clinical practice but rarely have been investigated.
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