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    1. Bowling, A; Ebrahim, S
      Measuring patients' preferences for treatment and perceptions of risk

      QUALITY IN HEALTH CARE
    2. Granja, C; Teixeira-Pinto, A; Costa-Pereira, A
      Attitudes towards do-not-resuscitate decisions: differences among health professionals in a Portuguese hospital

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    3. Richter, J; Eisemann, M; Zgonnikova, E
      Doctors' authoritarianism in end-of-life treatment decisions. A comparisonbetween Russia, Sweden and Germany

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS
    4. Hinkka, H; Kosunen, E; Metsanoja, R; Lammi, UK; Kellokumpu-Lehtinen, P
      To resuscitate or not: a dilemma in terminal cancer care

      RESUSCITATION
    5. Sorum, PC; Sastre, MTM; Mullet, E; Gamelin, A
      Eliciting patient disutilities for the adverse outcomes of cardiopulmonaryresuscitation

      RESUSCITATION
    6. Devictor, DJ; Nguyen, DT
      Forgoing life-sustaining treatments: How the decision is made in French pediatric intensive care units

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    7. Burns, JP; Mitchell, C; Griffith, JL; Truog, RD
      End-of-life care in the pediatric intensive care unit: Attitudes and practices of pediatric critical care physicians and nurses

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    8. Curtis, JR; Patrick, DL; Shannon, SE; Treece, PD; Engelberg, RA; Rubenfeld, GD
      The family conference as a focus to improve communication about end-of-life care in the intensive care unit: Opportunities for improvement

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    9. Richter, J; Eisemann, MR
      Attitudinal patterns determining decision-making in severely ill elderly patients: a cross-cultural comparison between nurses from Sweden and Germany

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING STUDIES
    10. Ewer, MS; Kish, SK; Martin, CG; Price, KJ; Feeley, TW
      Characteristics of cardiac arrest in cancer patients as a predictor of survival after cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      CANCER
    11. Marco, CA; Larkin, GL
      Ethics seminars: Case studies in "futility" - Challenges for academic emergency medicine

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    12. Blondeau, D; Lavoie, M; Valois, P; Keyserlingk, EW; Hebert, M; Martineau, I
      The attitude of Canadian nurses towards advance directives

      NURSING ETHICS
    13. Shorr, AF; Niven, AS; Katz, DE; Parker, JM; Eliasson, AH
      Regulatory and educational initiatives fail to promote discussions regarding end-of-life care

      JOURNAL OF PAIN AND SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT
    14. Calam, B; Far, S; Andrew, R
      Discussions of "code status" on a family practice teaching ward: What barriers do family physicians face?

      CANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    15. Friesinger, GC; Butler, J
      End-of-life care for elderly patients with heart failure

      CLINICS IN GERIATRIC MEDICINE
    16. Richter, J; Eisemann, MR
      Attitudinal patterns determining decision making in the treatment of the elderly: a comparison between physicians and nurses in Germany and Sweden

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    17. Nyman, DJ; Sprung, CL
      End-of-life decision making in the intensive care unit

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    18. Marco, CA; Larkin, GL; Moskop, JC; Derse, AR
      Determination of "futility" in emergency medicine

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    19. McLean, RF; Tarshis, J; Mazer, CD; Szalai, JP
      Death in two Canadian intensive care units: Institutional difference and changes over time

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    20. Paola, FA; Walker, RM
      Deactivating the implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: A biofixture analysis

      SOUTHERN MEDICAL JOURNAL
    21. Lofmark, R; Nilstun, T
      Not if, but how: one way to talk with patients about forgoing life support

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    22. Baggs, JG; Schmitt, MH
      End-of-life decisions in adult intensive care: Current research base and directions for the future

      NURSING OUTLOOK
    23. Phillips, RS; Hamel, MB; Teno, JM; Soukup, J; Lynn, J; Califf, R; Vidaillet, H; Davis, RB; Bellamy, P; Goldman, L
      Patient race and decisions to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining treatments for seriously ill hospitalized adults

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    24. McCarthy, EP; Phillips, RS; Zhong, ZS; Drews, RE; Lynn, J
      Dying with cancer: Patients' function, symptoms, and care preferences as death approaches

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    25. Covinsky, KE; Fuller, JD; Yaffe, K; Johnston, CB; Hamel, MB; Lynn, J; Teno, JM; Phillips, RS
      Communication and decision-making in seriously ill patients: Findings of the SUPPORT project

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    26. Lee, MA; Brummel-Smith, K; Meyer, J; Drew, N; London, MR
      Physician orders for life-sustaining treatment (POLST): Outcomes in a PACEprogram

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    27. De Jonge, KE; Sulmasy, DP; Gold, KG; Epstein, A; Harper, MG; Eisenberg, JM; Schulman, KA
      The timing of do-not-resuscitate orders and hospital costs

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    28. Casarett, DJ; Stocking, CB; Siegler, M
      Would physicians override a do-not-resuscitate order when a cardiac arrestis iatrogenic?

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    29. Schears, RM
      Emergency physicians' role in end-of-life care

      EMERGENCY MEDICINE CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    30. Levin, PD; Sprung, CL
      End of life decisions in intensive care

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    31. Richter, J; Eisemann, MR
      The compliance of doctors and nurses with do-not-resuscitate orders in Germany and Sweden

      RESUSCITATION
    32. Vincent, JL
      Forgoing life support in western European intensive care units: The results of an ethical questionnaire

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    33. Leonard, C; Mohindra, V; Ruoss, S; Doyle, RL; Raffin, TA
      European life-support questionnaire

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    34. Sulmasy, DP
      Do patients die because they have DNR orders, or do they have DNR orders because they are going to die?

      MEDICAL CARE
    35. Lavoie, M; Blondeau, D; Godin, G
      Intentions to select a given level of care when confronted with an ethicalissue: The impact of a living will

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    36. Sirio, CA; Shepardson, LB; Rotondi, AJ; Cooper, GS; Angus, DC; Harper, DL; Rosenthal, GE
      Community-wide assessment of intensive care outcomes using a physiologically based prognostic measure - Implications for critical care delivery from Cleveland Health Quality Choice

      CHEST
    37. Truog, RD; Waisel, DB; Burns, JP
      DNR in the OR - A goal-oriented approach

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    38. DANIS M
      IMPROVING END-OF-LIFE CARE IN THE INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT - WHATS TO BE LEARNED FROM OUTCOMES RESEARCH

      New horizons
    39. LOFMARK R; NILSTUN T
      INFORMING PATIENTS AND RELATIVES ABOUT DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE DECISIONS -ATTITUDES OF CARDIOLOGISTS AND NURSES IN SWEDEN

      Journal of internal medicine
    40. JOHNSON AL
      TOWARDS A MODIFIED CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION POLICY

      Canadian journal of cardiology
    41. JEZEWSKI MA; FINNELL DS
      THE MEANING OF DNR STATUS - ONCOLOGY NURSES EXPERIENCES WITH PATIENTSAND FAMILIES

      Cancer nursing
    42. MANIAS E
      AUSTRALIAN NURSES EXPERIENCES AND ATTITUDES IN THE DO NOT RESUSCITATEDECISION

      Research in nursing & health
    43. STILLMAN AE; BRAITMAN LE; GRANT RJ
      ARE CRITICALLY ILL OLDER PATIENTS TREATED DIFFERENTLY THAN SIMILARLY ILL YOUNGER PATIENTS

      Western journal of medicine
    44. TULSKY JA; FISCHER GS; ROSE MR; ARNOLD RM
      OPENING THE BLACK-BOX - HOW DO PHYSICIANS COMMUNICATE ABOUT ADVANCE DIRECTIVES

      Annals of internal medicine
    45. SJOKVIST P; SUNDIN PO; BERGGREN L
      LIMITING LIFE-SUPPORT - EXPERIENCES WITH A SPECIAL PROTOCOL

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    46. BEGUIN C; FRANCE FR; NINANE J
      SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS OF INPATIENTS CIRCUMSTANCES AND CAUSES OF DEATH -A TOOL TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF CARE

      International journal for quality in health care
    47. SULMASY DP; MARX ES
      A COMPUTERIZED SYSTEM FOR ENTERING ORDERS TO LIMIT TREATMENT - IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION

      The Journal of clinical ethics
    48. PARIS JJ; MUIR JC; REARDON FE
      ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN INTENSIVE-CARE

      Journal of intensive care medicine
    49. PEILLON D; SALORD F; RICHE H; JENOUDET MT; CHACORNAC R
      DECISIONS TO LIMIT OR TO MAXIMIZE THE THE RAPEUTIC SUPPORT IN A NEUROSURGICAL INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation
    50. ZUSSMAN R
      SOCIOLOGICAL-PERSPECTIVES ON MEDICAL-ETHICS AND DECISION-MAKING

      Annual review of sociology
    51. HANSENFLASCHEN J
      ADVANCED LUNG-DISEASE - PALLIATION AND TERMINAL CARE

      Clinics in chest medicine
    52. LUCE JM
      WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWAL OF LIFE-SUPPORT FROM CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS

      Western journal of medicine
    53. CASARETT D; ROSS LF
      OVERRIDING A PATIENTS REFUSAL OF TREATMENT AFTER AN IATROGENIC COMPLICATION

      The New England journal of medicine
    54. GARCIAGUASCH R; CANET J
      CARDIOPULMONARY REANIMATION IN PATIENTS A DMITTED TO CONVENTIONAL HOSPITALIZATION UNITS

      Medicina Clinica
    55. CARNEY MT; MORRISON RS
      ADVANCE DIRECTIVES - WHEN, WHY, AND HOW TO START TALKING

      Geriatrics
    56. ELIASSON AH; HOWARD RS; TORRINGTON KG; DILLARD TA; PHILIPS YY
      DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE DECISIONS IN THE MEDICAL ICU - COMPARING PHYSICIANAND NURSE OPINIONS

      Chest
    57. HOFMANN JC; WENGER NS; DAVIS RB; TENO J; CONNORS AF; DESBIENS N; LYNN J; PHILLIPS RS
      PATIENT PREFERENCES FOR COMMUNICATION WITH PHYSICIANS ABOUT END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS

      Annals of internal medicine
    58. WAISEL DB; TRUOG RD
      THE END-OF-LIFE SEQUENCE

      Anesthesiology
    59. TENO JM; BRANCO KJ; MOR V; PHILLIPS CD; HAWES C; MORRIS J; FRIES BE
      CHANGES IN ADVANCE CARE PLANNING IN NURSING-HOMES BEFORE AND AFTER THE PATIENT SELF-DETERMINATION ACT - REPORT OF A 10-STATE SURVEY

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    60. WENGER NS; OYE RK; DESBIENS NA; PHILLIPS RS; TENO JM; CONNORS AF; LIU HH; ZEMSKY MF; KUSSIN P
      THE STABILITY OF DNR ORDERS ON HOSPITAL READMISSION

      The Journal of clinical ethics
    61. CRAIG DB
      DO NOT RESUSCITATE ORDERS IN THE OPERATING-ROOM

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    62. YOUNGNER SJ
      MEDICAL FUTILITY

      Critical care clinics
    63. WILSON BE
      FUTILITY AND THE OBLIGATIONS OF PHYSICIANS

      Bioethics
    64. SPRUNG CL; FINCH RG; THIJS LG; GLAUSER MP
      INTERNATIONAL SEPSIS TRIAL (INTERSEPT) - ROLE AND IMPACT OF A CLINICAL-EVALUATION COMMITTEE

      Critical care medicine
    65. SUGARMAN DB; MONTVILO RK; MATARESE CJ
      NEONATAL EUTHANASIA - ATTRIBUTIONS OF STUDENTS AND NURSES

      Journal of social issues
    66. PRENDERGAST TJ; RAFFIN TA
      VARIATIONS IN DNR RATES - THE ONUS IS ON PHYSICIANS

      Chest
    67. JAYES RL; ZIMMERMAN JE; WAGNER DP; KNAUS WA
      VARIATIONS IN THE USE OF DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS IN ICUS - FINDINGSFROM A NATIONAL STUDY

      Chest
    68. HACKLEMAN TJ
      VIOLATION OF AN INDIVIDUALS RIGHT-TO-DIE - THE NEED FOR A WRONGFUL LIVING CAUSE OF ACTION

      University of Cincinnati law review
    69. MARTINOT A; LEJEUNE C; HUE V; FOURIER C; BEYAERT C; DIEPENDAELE JF; DESCHILDRE A; LECLERC F
      MODES AND CAUSES OF 259 DEATHS IN A PEDIA TRIC INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Archives de pediatrie
    70. WOOD GG; MARTIN E
      WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWING LIFE-SUSTAINING THERAPY IN A CANADIAN INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    71. OCALLAHAN JG; FINK C; PITTS LH; LUCE JM
      WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWING OF LIFE-SUPPORT FROM PATIENTS WITH SEVEREHEAD-INJURY

      Critical care medicine
    72. CANIANO DA; HAZEBROEK FWJ; DENBESTEN KE; TIBBOEL D
      END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS FOR SURGICAL NEONATES - EXPERIENCE IN THE NETHERLANDS AND UNITED-STATES

      Journal of pediatric surgery
    73. EWER MS; TAUBERT JK
      ADVANCE DIRECTIVES IN THE INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT OF A TERTIARY CANCER CENTER

      Cancer
    74. HESSE KA
      TERMINAL CARE OF THE VERY OLD - CHANGES IN THE WAY WE DIE

      Archives of internal medicine
    75. KELLOGG FR; RAMOS A
      CODE STATUS DECISION-MAKING IN A NURSING-HOME POPULATION - PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    76. LAYSON RT; ADELMAN HM; WALLACH PM; PFEIFER MP; JOHNSTON S; MCNUTT RA; BOERO JF; CRNKOVICH D; HALBRITTER KA; SIDOROV JE; SMITH AC; SETTLE MB
      DISCUSSIONS ABOUT THE USE OF LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENTS - A LITERATURE-REVIEW OF PHYSICIANS AND PATIENTS ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES

      The Journal of clinical ethics
    77. LAYSON RT; ADELMAN HM; WALLACH PM; PFEIFER MP; JOHNSTON S; MCNUTT RA; BOERO JF; CRNKOVICH D; HALBRITTER KA; SIDOROV JE; SMITH AC; SETTLE MB
      DISCUSSIONS ABOUT THE USE OF LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENTS - A LITERATURE-REVIEW OF PHYSICIANS AND PATIENTS ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES

      The Journal of clinical ethics
    78. SULMASY DP; TERRY PB; FADEN RR; LEVINE DM
      LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF ETHICS EDUCATION ON THE QUALITY OF CARE FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS

      Journal of general internal medicine
    79. LEVETOWN M; POLLACK MM; CUERDON TT; RUTTIMANN UE; GLOVER JJ
      LIMITATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS OF MEDICAL INTERVENTION IN PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    80. SCHECTER WP
      WITHDRAWING AND WITHHOLDING LIFE-SUPPORT IN GERIATRIC SURGICAL PATIENTS - ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS

      The Surgical clinics of North America
    81. FOYTACK J; WEST DJ
      PHYSICIAN MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES FOR ADVANCE DIRECTIVES WITH PATIENTS

      Omega
    82. OTOOLE EE; YOUNGNER SJ; JUKNIALIS BW; DALY B; BARTLETT ET; LANDEFELD CS
      EVALUATION OF A TREATMENT LIMITATION POLICY WITH A SPECIFIC TREATMENT-LIMITING ORDER PAGE

      Archives of internal medicine
    83. SCHNEIDERMAN LJ; FABERLANGENDOEN K; JECKER NS
      BEYOND FUTILITY TO AN ETHIC OF CARE

      The American journal of medicine
    84. HOLTZMAN J; PHELEY AM; LURIE N
      CHANGES IN ORDERS LIMITING CARE AND THE USE OF LESS AGGRESSIVE CARE IN A NURSING-HOME POPULATION

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    85. CHOUDHRY NK; MA J; RASOOLY I; SINGER PA
      LONG-TERM-CARE FACILITY POLICIES ON LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENTS AND ADVANCE DIRECTIVES IN CANADA

      Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
    86. VENTRES W; NICHTER M; REED R; FRANKEL R
      LIMITATION OF MEDICAL-CARE - AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

      The Journal of clinical ethics
    87. GATES RA; WEAVER MJ; GATES RH
      PATIENT ACCEPTANCE OF AN INFORMATION SHEET ABOUT CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION OPTIONS

      Journal of general internal medicine
    88. HIRDES JP; MARTIN NJ
      THE SPECIFICATION OF LEVELS OF ACTIVE INTERVENTION IN A CHRONIC CARE HOSPITAL

      Journal of applied gerontology
    89. VANDELDEN JJM; VANDERMAAS PJ; PIJNENBORG L; LOOMAN CWN
      DECIDING NOT TO RESUSCITATE IN DUTCH HOSPITALS

      Journal of medical ethics
    90. EPSTEIN AC
      SHOULD CANCER-PATIENTS BE DIALYZED

      Seminars in nephrology
    91. VERNON DD; DEAN JM; TIMMONS OD; BANNER W; ALLENWEBB EM
      MODES OF DEATH IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT - WITHDRAWAL AND LIMITATION OF SUPPORTIVE CARE

      Critical care medicine
    92. ACKERMAN AD
      DEATH IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Critical care medicine
    93. BERNAT JL; GRABOWSKI EW
      SUSPENDING DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY

      Surgical neurology
    94. LINDGREN J
      DEATH BY DEFAULT

      Law and contemporary problems
    95. VEVAINA JR; NORA LM; BONE RC
      ISSUES IN BIOMEDICAL ETHICS

      Disease-a-month
    96. WILLIAMS F
      MEDICAL FUTILITY IN CONTEXT

      British Journal of Hospital Medicine


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