What If I Lose The Ability To Make Decisions About Cpr And Do Not Have Anyone Who Can Decide For Me?

A DNR order can be written if two doctors decide that CPR would not work or if a court approves of the DNR order. It would be best if you discussed your wishes about CPR with your doctor in advance.

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