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Citation : Nakagawa K, Vento MA, Seto TB, Koenig MA, Asai SM, Chang CW, Hemphill JC. (2013)
Sex differences in the use of early do-not-resuscitate orders after intracerebral hemorrhage.
Stroke 44(11):3229-31.
Abstract : Women are more likely to receive early DNR orders after ICH than men. Further prospective studies are needed to determine factors contributing to the sex variation in the use of early DNR order after ICH.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23982712
PMID : 23982712
PMCID : PMC4297212
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