Friday, May 26, 2017

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Julie Ali It is already happening. For five years, my severely handicapped sister Rebecca was under a threat of premature termination by the doctors at the Grey Nuns Hospital. I looked at her medical records. There are repeated attempts to let her die with the use of "Do not Resuscitate", "Do not intubate" and "No ICU". Doctors at the University of Alberta Hospital refused to remove the R3 designation that was imposed by the doctors at the Grey Nuns Hospital until an ethics report asked the doctors why they were willing to resuscitate drug addicts but not a severely handicapped woman who could not speak for herself.

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http://spcare.bmj.com/content/suppl/2013/11/25/bmjspcare-2013-000444.DC1/bmjspcare-2013-000444supp_appendix1.pdf


Goals of Care Designation Order 103547 © Alberta Health Services, (2010/02) Site: R Medical Care and Interventions, including Resuscitation followed by Intensive Care Unit R1 Patient is expected to benefit from and is accepting of any appropriate investigations/ interventions that can be offered including the option of ICU care and resuscitation. 

R2 Patient is expected to benefit from and is accepting of any appropriate investigations/ interventions that can be offered including the option of ICU care and intubation, but excluding chest compression. 

R3 Patient is expected to benefit  from and is accepting of any appropriate investigations/ interventions that can be offered including the option of ICU care, but excluding intubation and chest compression.



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