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- Nursing times 05/2009; 105(15):11.
- Nursing times 105(3):19.
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ABSTRACT: This articles debates whether the use of cardiopulmonary resuscitation by healthcare professionals in situations when it is unlikely to be successful feeds an unhealthy appetite to intervene just because it is possible. It explores the problem of offering patients and relatives the choice about CPR at the end of life when it is likely to be unsuccessful.Nursing times 105(4):26-9.