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This is a discussion on Full Code DNR DNI DNO in Nursing Issues On Patient Safety, part of General Nursing ... I feel really silly but about 6 months ago we changed our charting and now have to select code...by AggieNurse99 Aug 11, '12I feel really silly but about 6 months ago we changed our charting and now have to select code status for pts. I've asked and asked and asked collegues, MDs, and education but what is a DNO? Not quite gotten a straight answer, but is it do-not-operate?
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- Aug 11, '12 by That GuyDo Not Operate is all I can think of. Maybe if they come in with a nasty trauma they dont want surgery. Or if they have a hip fx no pinning. Thats odd I have never heard of it either.
- Aug 11, '12 by amoLuciaWho made up the form??? I'd go to them. Also medical records for abbreviations or social services as they get forms signed. And the admissions registrar asks about advanced directives/living wills etc when pts sign in, so they might know.
- Aug 11, '12 by SuzieeQI would think it is Do Not Operate, but I would ask your supervisor.