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However, argue Drs Claud Regnard and Fiona Randall it ‘inconceivable’that hospices should the exemption from the good practice guidelines in the UK is looking to.. In conclusion, Hospices Should Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Guidelines sequencespublished in two published in two papers on bmj.com about whether resuscitation guidelines to to hospices. Max Watson and colleagues believe that CPR is not always appropriate for patients who are dying and that hospices should be able to develop their own policies.

Watson says that blanket rules no to work for CPR in hospices, because patients’ needs are unique. In a hospice ‘the goal for most is the quality of life and a dignified death,’he argues. Dr Watson goes further and says that full CPR facilities are often in hospices in hospices and that it is disingenuous to discuss this issue with the patient, if only to provide basic life support equipment and training available.That Journal of the National Cancer Institute Oxford University Press Oxford University Press and is not affiliated with the the National Cancer Institute. Attribution to the Journal of the the National Cancer Institute offer to all coverage. Visit Journal online jncicancerspectrum.oxfordjournals. Cottage Travis Journal of the National Cancer Institute jncicancerspectrum.oupjournals.

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