DNR


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DNR

abbr.
1. Department of Natural Resources
2. do not resuscitate

DNR

abbreviation for
(Medicine) do not resuscitate

DNR

do not resuscitate: used in hospitals to indicate a prior decision by the patient or the patient's family to avoid extraordinary means of prolonging life.
Translations

DNR

abbr Do Not Resuscitate. V. resuscitate.
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Of those, 1,239 had a DNR order on the first day of ICU admission and survived the first 48 hours.
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The DNR also keeps adding more early deer seasons for various special interest groups (youth, veterans, handicapped, etc.
The purpose of this study was to explore the lived experiences of nurses caring for a patient with a DNR order in an intensive care unit (ICU) in Kigali, Rwanda, in order to suggest nursing recommendations.
Recent literature have explored the presence and timing of DNR directives for imminently dying patients.
DNR has added a position of general counsel to Mines and Minerals ostensibly to focus on matters related to Illinois statutes and regulations related to coal and aggregate mining, blasting and explosives, mine safety, and abandoned mined lands reclamation.
The DNR is revisiting the restocking plan i now that Kentucky's elk herd has been tested for CWD extensively.
The department continues to strongly encourage, but not require, composting of vegetative waste where practical," Missouri DNR said in announcing the waiver.
Indiana: DNR, Division of Fish & Wildlife, (317) 232-4200, www.
Moral courage enables nurses to face up steadfastly and self-confidently to ethical dilemmas surrounding the late timing of DNR discussions and the poor communication by physicians of the bad news about prognosis.
In the process of training residents of Internal Medicine it is important that experienced faculty members discuss the ethical and legal foundations, the indications and the process of discussing CPR and DNR with the relevant parties.