HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON DO NOT RESUSCITATE ORDERS AND ADVANCE DIRECTIVES IN PATIENT CARE
- Patient had DNR notice "put in her notes without her knowledge". Dyer, Clare // BMJ: British Medical Journal;11/10/2012, Vol. 345 Issue 7882, p4
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- Resuscitation bill gets hearing in committee. // AHA News;12/15/97, Vol. 33 Issue 48, p6
Reports on the Ohio Hospital Association's expression of support for a bill that would implement a statewide system to help providers recognize and carry out the wishes of patients with do-not-resuscitate orders. Requirement of the state Department of Health to develop statewide protocols to...
- DNR orders take to the streets. Begany, Timothy // RN;Jan95, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p14
Reports on the enactment of out-of-hospital do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders in 24 states in the United States. Measure to protect patients from unwanted emergency treatment; Provisions of DNR orders; Avoidance of liability for honoring DNR.
- DNR Orders and School Responsibility. Sewall, Angela Maynard; Balkman, Kathy // Remedial & Special Education;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p7
Schools face many issues regarding students with disabilities, including identification, assessment, and programming issues. Another major issue with which many schools may have to deal focuses on do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders for children with medical conditions. Should schools honor such...
- Resuscitation: is it a technical or legal question? Yeomans, Paul // British Journal of Healthcare Assistants;Oct2012, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p506
Cardiovascular failure is a feature of all deaths, even though now brainstem death is the definition of death. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is presumed to be good practice, but 'do not resuscitate' (DNR) decisions by the patient or the doctor and clinical team are acceptable where (1) CPR...
- DNR rules tackle ageism in hospitals. // Australian Nursing Journal;Nov2000, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p17
Focuses on the guidelines released by the government of Great Britain regarding the do-not-resuscitate hospital orders. Consideration of the order as ageist; Circumstances that allow the order to be given; Agreement required before giving the order.
- When is medical treatment `futile'? Bennett, Allen J. // Issues in Law & Medicine;Summer93, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p35
Discusses legal developments and controversies in the definition and determination of medical futility. Do-not-resuscitate (DNR) law in New York; Case of 86-year-old patient Helga Wanglie; American Medical Association's definition of medical futility as both physician- and patient-oriented;...
- Court verdict `splendid,' ethics professor says. Square, David // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;01/27/98, Vol. 158 Issue 2, p159
Focuses on the Manitoba appeal court decision to give doctors the sole right to issue do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders. The comments of ethics professor, Arthur Schafer, director of the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics at the University of Manitoba; Brief details of the case involving...
- In re Gannon ex rel. Coons. Salyer, David // Issues in Law & Medicine;Fall90, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p197
Presents a background on the legal case `Gannon versus Albany Memorial Hospital' wherein Carrie Coons, Edith Gannon's sister, made a do not resuscitate order (DNR). Objection of Gannon on the feeding tube inserted by the physicians on Coons; Gannon as the statutorily authorized person in behalf...