While not a traditional approach, I suppose at least this gentleman had something in place. It turned out he also had a formal written document memorializing the wishes displayed on his tattoo.
Picture this: A man is admitted to the hospital, unconscious, with a history of serious health problems and a high blood alcohol level. He has no identification and no family with him. On his chest, he has a tattoo: "Do Not Resuscitate."
What would you do?
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