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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