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Adults 65 and older, who were hospitalized for a variety of medical conditions, had highly satisfying conversations about whether they wanted CPR, regardless of whether doctors used the terms “allow a natural death” or “do not resuscitate” for indicating no CPR, according to a pilot study by Rutgers Health researchers.

The study, which found 83 percent wished to be resuscitated, is the first to report on the resuscitation preferences for general inpatients older than age 65.

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