Medicine/Medical. 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).
Also D.N.R. do not return.
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Example sentences from the Web for dnr
Told by a Ukrainian that the DNR were in Novotroitske, a guardsman said, “We know.”
DNR leaders admitted that foreign aid workers in the Donetsk region had good reasons to be concerned about their safety.
British Dictionary definitions for dnr
do not resuscitate
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Medical definitions for dnr
do not resuscitate (a physician's order to refrain from initiating a code blue)
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