DNAR


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DNAR

 
do not attempt resuscitation.

DNAR

Do not attempt resuscitation. See DNR.

DNAR

Abbreviation for do not attempt resuscitation.

DNAR

Abbreviation for do not attempt resuscitation.
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However, the lack of a response prompted him to revert to the DNAR order and, following the advice of his clinical supervisor, resuscitation attempts were halted.
These included three standards that require paramedics to inquire about DNAR status (A.1, A.2, and D.1), three that concerned respecting both written and verbal DNAR requests (A.4 -A.6), and 4 of the 16 standards (B.5-B.8) that were based on clinical characteristics.
Using the financial statement data, we calculated the end of fiscal year 2005--September 30th for Mississippi Counties and December 31st for Louisiana Parishes--CR and DNAR ratios for each of the 37 counties and parishes.
A partir dos dados do sequenciamento dos nucleotideos do fragmento obtido da amplificacao da regiao 16S DNAr dos isolados mais eficientes avaliados nesse estudo e de representantes dos generos Sinorhizobium, Rhizobium Mesorhizobium e Bradyrhizobium, foi possivel construir uma arvore filogenetica (Figura 1).
Domain Name Alliance Registry (DNAR) protests the award of a contract to NeuStar, Inc.
Kuzey Amerika ve Bati Avrupa hukukunda ve KPR kilavuzlarinda resussitasyon yapmayin (Do Not Attempt Resuscitation "DNAR") kavrami ve bununla iigili yontemler belirtilmistir, ancak ulkemizde henuz hukuki bir duzenleme olmadigi gibi, etik yonuyle de herhangi bir tartisma ve fikir beyani henuz yoktur.
Un marcador importante usado para diferenciar especies y biotipos de Trichogramma, son los espaciadores transcritos internos (ITS 1 y 2) del DNA ribosomal (DNAr) (Pinto et al.
The hospital possessed a policy on 'withholding resuscitation' (DNAR) throughout the period of the study.
Palabras clave: Tagosodes orizicolus, simbiontes semejantes a levaduras, DNAr 18S, relacion genetica, Pyrenomycetes, saltahojas del arroz.
And, as for CPAs that may be iatrogenic (e.g., those that occur during surgery or during interventional radiology procedures), physicians have often performed CPR even when the patient has a do not attempt-resuscitation (DNAR) order or request--this despite the well-established constitutional right to refuse medical treatment, even life-saving treatment (Cruzan v.