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Decisions relating to cardiopulmonary resuscitation - part 2: adults who lack capacity- Archived [?]
Decisions relating to cardiopulmonary resuscitation - part 2: adults who lack capacity
On completion of this module you should know:
- How to come to a decision relating to cardiopulmonary resuscitation in patients who lack capacity
- The role of close relatives and welfare attorneys in decision making
- How to approach patients who lack capacity and have no family, friends, or other advocate whom it is appropriate to consult.
This module is currently under review as a result of the October 2015 update to the Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines. However, the council has described the changes as "relatively subtle" and has assured that the new treatment recommendations do not imply that current clinical care is either unsafe or ineffective.
25 Apr 2008
06 May 2008
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