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What is the Catholic position on do not resuscitate?

  Answer from a Catholic (Catholics in union with the Pope)   The Catholic position is that if there is reasonable hope that resuscitation would preserve the patient's (MORE)
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What is a Do not resuscitate order?

is a part of advanced medical directives.expanding the notion of patient autonomy.It instructs medical personnel not to perform life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) (MORE)

How do you spell resuscitation?

That is the correct spelling for "resuscitation", the restoration of consciousness, or of life (usually regarding breathing).
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Reasons to agree with Do Not Resuscitate?

  Answer   Here are some example situations wherein one might choose to agree to Do Not Resuscitate:   1. Let's say you have a terminal illness, are not expected (MORE)
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Who orders a 'do not resuscitate' order?

people who dont want to be brought back to life. Generally a person who is terminally ill or dying. Only the person ill has the right to order this unless there is a power of (MORE)
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What are nursing intervention for cardiopulmonary resuscitation?

I'm not completely clear on your question, whether you mean in the field or in a hospital setting. Remember your ABC's: Airway, Breathing, Circulation. Typically, a nurse's jo (MORE)
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What are flow-inflating resuscitation bags?

It's an anesthesia bag that has a gas source, and attached to a mask where the anesthesiologist can adjust the flow rate.... so you don't get all the "gas" all at once.
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What is resuscitation?

Resuscitation is when you perform chest pumps and breaths into  another person to bring them back to life. This is commonly  referred to as CPR.
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What is a resuscitator?

A resuscitator is typically a football shaped squeezable plastic  bag/bubble attached to a device that fits over the mouth and nose.  You hold the device over the nose and m (MORE)