Make time to talk about DNARs
Cara Large Third-year nursing student, The University of Wolverhampton
After performing CPR on a patient later given a DNAR, Cara Large wondered why the decision had not been taken earlier
During my final clinical placement with a critical care outreach team, we responded to a cardiac arrest call for a woman in her eighties who had been admitted to hospital with community-acquired pneumonia.
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