DNR abbrdo not resuscitate

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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  • DNR — may refer to: Do not resuscitate, a medical instruction DNR (House episode), an episode from the American television program House The final episode of Becker (TV series), an American sitcom D.N.R. (Do Not Resuscitate) , a song by the American… …   Wikipedia

  • DNR — Episodio de House M.D. Un famoso trompetista paralítico sufre un ataque respiratorio durante una grabación. Título DNR …   Wikipedia Español

  • DNR — steht für: Radio DNR, ein Radiosender in Luxemburg Department of National Resources, Naturschutzbehörde in den US Bundesstaaten Deutscher Naturschutzring, Dachverband der deutschen Natur und Umweltschutzverbände Digital Noise Reduction, digitale… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • DNR — Aéroport de Dinard Pleurtuit Saint Malo Dinard Pleurtuit Saint Malo Code AITA DNR Code OACI LFRD Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • DNR — Abbreviation for “do not resuscitate.” * * * daunorubicin; do not resuscitate; dorsal nerve root * * * DNR abbr do not resuscitate * * * do not resuscitate …   Medical dictionary

  • DNR — abbr. do not resuscitate (in case of cardiac arrest or other systemic failure). There s a DNR order on his chart …   English slang

  • DNR — abbreviation do not resuscitate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • DNR — 1. Med. do not resuscitate (used in hospitals and other health care facilities to indicate to the staff the decision of a patient s doctors and family, or of the patient by a living will, to avoid extraordinary means of prolonging life). 2. Also …   Universalium

  • DNR — Department of Natural Resources (Academic & Science » Ocean Science) Department of Natural Resources (Governmental » State & Local) Department of Natural Resources (Governmental » US Government) **** Department of Natural Resources (Community »… …   Abbreviations dictionary

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