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The latest ways to relieve the burden of decision-making at life’s end

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Published: February 25, 2016

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M Gaul
February 29, 2016

Goog info, thanks very muck

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Ferdiando L. Mirarchi
February 26, 2016

A very nicely done on call. . As she stated they are new to his involved in his care plan. The pulse is not perfect as highlighted in the JAMA, however is a very effective document.

Living wills have unfortunately lead to the creation of inappropriate DO NOT RESUSCITATE orders as well as incorrectly created POLST document. a day patient safety read on this is listed below

http://www.npsf.org/blogpost/1158873/200782/A-New-Nationwide-Patient-Safety-Concern-Related-to-Living-Wills-DNR-Orders-and-POLST-Like-Documents

Even on the POLST or MOLST are done correctly other medical provider understand of the orders to me to patient’s safety concerns injury and death as evidenced by this recent example.

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/local_coverage/2016/01/grieving_daughters_do_not_resuscitate_nightmare

An easy to utilize to utilize Resuscitation Safety Check List that was published in the journal of patient safety and is also available through Life Wings, can help to ensure patient safetyand appropriate treatment decisions.

Dr. Mirarchi
Principal Investigator
TRIAD Series

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