Occasionally the nurse in attendance might advise the paramedics or the doctors, ‘He was 100 years old, he was very unwell,’
Tag Archives: DNACPR
Thursday morning. Not another blog about advance care planning!
If this narrative has held together, my point is, we can offer just as good, if not better care, treatment and support for particularly older people in their own homes than is available through high-tech medical interventions.
Do Not Attempt (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) and Advance Care Plans in the time of Covid
Well, if nothing (but everything) has changed, what is the big deal about DNACPR and ACP; what is new?
Manor Field Surgery Blog #5 DNACPR
100 years ago, dying in your sleep in your 70’s was the considered a good-innings. Where will we be in another 100 years?
Most readers of my blog will not have heard of this term. I suspect most of those working inside the NHS don’t know of its existence either… DToC – Delayed Transfer of Care. This is how groups of mostly older people are categorised once they are deemed medically fit – (another NHS neologism which tooContinue reading “DToC”