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Centring patient autonomy in DNAR decisions

Olinda Timms, Sunil K Pandya, Amar Jesani, Sandhya Srinivasan

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2020.096


Abstract

The Response from the ICMR team of Dr Mani et al (1) to the IJME Editorial (2) on the ICMR DNAR Guidelines (3) provides some answers to the gaps and questions raised, and it is hoped that these will find a place in revised versions of the document. The document Disclaimer said “further revisions” were planned, based on perceptions and experiences of clinicians and the public; an early revision will allow for better acceptance of the Guidelines.

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