Do-not-resuscitate order means that term as defined in section 2 of the Michigan do-not-resuscitate procedure act, 1996 PA 193, MCL 333.1052.
Do-not-resuscitate order or "DNR order" means a written directive signed by the parent or guardian of a student who, after consultation with the pediatrician and other advisors, declines emergency administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) to the student.
More Definitions of Do-not-resuscitate order
Do-not-resuscitate order means a written directive issued by a Physician licensed in this state that Emergency Life-Resuscitating Treatment must not be administered to a Qualified Patient. The term also includes a valid Do-Not-Resuscitate Order issued under the laws of another state. (NRS 450B.420)
Do-not-resuscitate order or “DNR order” means a written directive signed by the parent or legal guardian of a pupil who, after consultation with the pupil’s pediatrician and other advisors, declines emergency administration of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automatic external defibrillator (AED) to the pupil. “Written order” means a directive and protocol written by the pupil’s medical home to address a healthcare need or provide a medical service for a specific pupil. “Medical home” means a health care provider and that provider’s practice site chosen by the pupil’s parent or legal guardian for the provision of health care.
Do-not-resuscitate order or "DNR order" means a directive issued by a physician, or by a CNP or CNS as provided in rule 3701-62-02 of the Administrative Code, that identifies a person and specifies that CPR should not be administered to the person so identified. The do-not-resuscitate-order shall be implemented in accordance with the do-not-resuscitate protocol.