DNAR


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AcronymDefinition
DNARDo Not Attempt Resuscitation
DNARDistricts Not Assigned to a Region (Toastmasters International)
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She said staff began first aid but that once Mr Rimmer went into cardiac arrest they did not attempt resuscitation, which was in line with his DNAR order.
Grace a la morphotaxonomie, nous avons identifie 30 isolats fongiques, et Pidentite de certains complexes d'isolats morpho-taxonomiques a ete authentifiee au moyen des similarites des sequences de domaines ITS1-5.8S et ITS2 DNAr. Les isolats relevaient de 19 especes faisant partie de 14 genres (Acremonium, Arthrinium, Aspergillus, Cladosporium, Corynespora, Emericella, Geomyces, Mortierella, Mucor, Alyrothecium, Penicillium, Phialophora, Preussia, Xylaria).
Until 2007, when paramedics were called to the scene of a cardiac arrest, they would attempt resuscitation unless there were signs of obvious death, such as rigor morris, or the family or nursing home staff could immediately produce a valid, written prehospital Do Not Attempt Resuscitate (DNAR) form.
Further, solvency as measured by their debt to net asset ratio (DNAR)--total debt divided by total net assets--also suffered no statistically significant change over the same period.
A do not attempt resuscitation (DNAR) form was discussed and completed.
As sequencias parciais da regiao 16S DNAr das estirpes homologas foram pesquisadas no GenBank com o programa BLAST 2.0, analisadas pelo algoritmo Megablast e usadas para a construcao da arvore filogenetica.
Moreover, technical approach to explain intraspecific variation could be not applic able to DNAr 16S sequences only for one strain not necessarily derived on taxonomic determination like subspecies or new prokaryotic species (18).
"The doctor in charge of Mr Callery noted he intended to discuss the DNAR decision with family in line with best practice and to do this during the next few days," he said.