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    1. Lahn, M; Friedman, B; Bijur, P; Haughey, M; Gallagher, EJ
      Advance directives in skilled nursing facility residents transferred to emergency departments

      ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    2. Breen, CM; Abernethy, AP; Abbott, KH; Tulsky, JA
      Conflict associated with decisions to limit life-sustaining treatment in intensive care units

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    3. Holm, S; Jorgensen, EO
      Ethical issues in cardiopulmonary resuscitation

      RESUSCITATION
    4. Fetters, MD; Churchill, L; Danis, M
      Conflict resolution at the end of life

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    5. Dunphy, K
      Futilitarianism: knowing how much is enough in end-of-life health care

      PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
    6. Keenan, HT; Diekema, DS; O'Rourke, PP; Cummings, P; Woodrum, DE
      Attitudes toward limitation of support in a pediatric intensive care unit

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    7. McLean, RF; Tarshis, J; Mazer, CD; Szalai, JP
      Death in two Canadian intensive care units: Institutional difference and changes over time

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    8. Wenger, NS; Phillips, RS; Teno, JM; Oye, RK; Dawson, NV; Liu, HH; Califf, R; Layde, P; Hakim, R; Lynn, J
      Physician understanding of patient resuscitation preferences: Insights andclinical implications

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    9. Shepardson, LB; Gordon, HS; Ibrahim, SA; Harper, DL; Rosenthal, GE
      Racial variation in the use of do-not-resuscitate orders

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
    10. SHEPARDSON LB; JUSTICE AC; HARPER DL; ROSENTHAL GE
      ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN THE USE OF DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS AND LENGTH OF STAY IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE

      Medical care
    11. SULMASY DP; TERRY PB; WEISMAN CS; MILLER DJ; STALLINGS RY; VETTESE MA; HALLER KB
      THE ACCURACY OF SUBSTITUTED JUDGMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH TERMINAL DIAGNOSES

      Annals of internal medicine
    12. ISERSON KV
      NONSTANDARD ADVANCE DIRECTIVES - A PSEUDOETHICAL DILEMMA

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    13. JASLOW D; BARBERA JA; JOHNSON E; MOORE W
      TERMINATION OF NONTRAUMATIC CARDIAC-ARREST RESUSCITATIVE EFFORTS IN THE FIELD - A NATIONAL SURVEY

      Academic emergency medicine
    14. LOFMARK R; NILSTUN T
      DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS - SHOULD THE PATIENT BE INFORMED

      Journal of internal medicine
    15. LOFMARK R; NILSTUN T
      DECIDING NOT TO RESUSCITATE - RESPONSIBILITIES OF PHYSICIANS AND NURSES - A PROPOSAL

      Scandinavian journal of caring sciences
    16. WENGER NS; PEARSON ML; DESMOND KA; KAHN KL
      CHANGES OVER TIME IN THE USE OF DO NOT RESUSCITATE ORDERS AND THE OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS RECEIVING THEM

      Medical care
    17. CRAIG DB
      DO NOT RESUSCITATE ORDERS IN THE OPERATING-ROOM

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    18. TURNER JS; MICHELL WL; MORGAN CJ; BENATAR SR
      LIMITATION OF LIFE-SUPPORT - FREQUENCY AND PRACTICE IN A LONDON AND ACAPE-TOWN INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Intensive care medicine
    19. ALEXANDROV AV; PULLICINO PM; MESLIN EM; NORRIS JW
      AGREEMENT ON DISEASE-SPECIFIC CRITERIA FOR DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS IN ACUTE STROKE

      Stroke
    20. HAKIM RB; TENO JM; HARRELL FE; KNAUS WA; WENGER N; PHILLIPS RS; LAYDE P; CALIFF R; CONNORS AF; LYNN J
      FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS - PATIENTS PREFERENCES, PROGNOSES, AND PHYSICIANS JUDGMENTS

      Annals of internal medicine
    21. BASTRON RD
      ETHICAL CONCERNS IN ANESTHETIC CARE FOR PATIENTS WITH DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE ORDERS

      Anesthesiology
    22. TULSKY JA; CHESNEY MA; LO B
      HOW DO MEDICAL RESIDENTS DISCUSS RESUSCITATION WITH PATIENTS

      Journal of general internal medicine
    23. TENO JM; HAKIM RB; KNAUS WA; WENGER NS; PHILLIPS RS; WU AW; LAYDE P; CONNORS AF; DAWSON NV; LYNN J
      PREFERENCES FOR CARDIOPULMONARY-RESUSCITATION - PHYSICIAN-PATIENT AGREEMENT AND HOSPITAL RESOURCE USE

      Journal of general internal medicine
    24. FITZGERALD DJ; MILZMAN DP; SULMASY DP
      CREATING A DIGNIFIED OPTION - ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE FORMULATION OF PREHOSPITAL DNR PROTOCOL

      The American journal of emergency medicine
    25. OCALLAHAN JG; FINK C; PITTS LH; LUCE JM
      WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWING OF LIFE-SUPPORT FROM PATIENTS WITH SEVEREHEAD-INJURY

      Critical care medicine
    26. SCHNEIDER T; MAUER D; DIEHL P; EBERLE B; DICK W
      QUALITY OF ON-SITE PERFORMANCE IN PREHOSPITAL ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE-SUPPORT (ACLS)

      Resuscitation
    27. ACKERMAN AD
      DEATH IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Critical care medicine


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