It is time for the public to speak up about their end of life wishes, but it is also time for the health care system . . .
Time to Ditch the DNR
2 responses to “Time to Ditch the DNR”
[…] “For example, how many people realize that their chance of surviving CPR outside the hospital is a minuscule six percent? As most people do not die of sudden cardiac arrest, is DNR even relevant? Focusing the Advance Directive or Living Will on a person’s personal goals, values, and fears would be a first step in allowing medical professionals to use their training and experience to honor a patient’s wishes.” CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE […]Loading…
Thank you for opening up the complexity of end of life issuesLoading…
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