CPR: Duration and Outcome. Jack P Freer, MD Professor of Clinical Medicine Daniel J Miori MS, RPA-C Palliative and Ethics Millard Fillmore Gates Daniel Sleve, M4. CPR. Unique —high stakes, life or death, stark Abrupt —must be refused in advance Standardized —routine, ACLS protocol
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Jack P Freer, MD
Professor of Clinical Medicine
Daniel J Miori MS, RPA-C
Palliative and Ethics
Millard Fillmore Gates
Daniel Sleve, M4
(c) A surrogate may consent to an order not to resuscitate on behalf of an adult patient only if there has been a determination by an attending physician with the concurrence of another physician selected by a person authorized by the hospital to make such selection, given after personal examination of the patient that, to a reasonable degree of medical certainty:
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