A spokesman at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust said: "The Trust believes that the appropriate discussions with families and patients regarding 'do not resuscitate
' are taking place.
In consultation with the infants physicians, Family Services agreed that the placement of a Do Not Resuscitate Order on the infants chart was the appropriate course of action.
The Court of Queens Bench held that the Act allowed the Court to authorize negative as well as positive treatment plans and after reviewing the evidence held that directing the Do Not Resuscitate Order was in the best interests of the infant.
Sawatzkys physician issued a Do Not Resuscitate Order without providing notice to Mrs.
Perhaps a "Do Not Resuscitate
" order (DNR) is still misinterpreted as "abandoning the patient".
A spokeswoman for St Mary's Hospital said: 'The hospital has admitted that the Do Not Resuscitate
message was put on Mrs Baker's notes inappropriately.
A WIDOW of 85 has given a clear message to doctors in the event of critical illness - with a "Do Not Resuscitate
" tattoo on her chest.
We have a collection of pamphlets on various diseases and information on methods of body disposal, funeral planning and advance directives, such as living wills and DNR (Do Not Resuscitate
Initially, ethics committees focused on the appropriate use of "Do Not Resuscitate" (DNR) orders.
Such policies include do not resuscitate, termination of life support, defining brain death, complying with advanced directives, determining the appropriate surrogate decision maker, triaging, determining capacity to refuse consent to treatment, and other issues.
The scandal comes just weeks after Hampshire woman Jill Baker found a "do not resuscitate
" message on her medical notes.
In effect, the technicians routinely violate the residents' Do Not Resuscitate