Resuscitation of COVID-19 patients in hospital

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The conversations and decision-making processes around resuscitation must continue and must be individualised unless directives state otherwise. Conversations, and treatment escalation planning must be a priority. Ensure do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation (DNACPR) decisions are well documented and communicated. Medical and nursing care for those who are at the end of life must follow local/national policy.

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Authored by: Resuscitation Council UK
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First contributed: 07 July 2020
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