Personal Injury Compensation

Decision about withholding CPR in severely disabled baby

Re NR (A Child: Withholding CPR) [2024] EWHC 61 (Fam)

A judge of the Family Court has recently considered the difficult issue of whether it would be in the best interests of a baby, who had been born with severe disabilities and life-limiting health problems, to withhold cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the event of a cardiac arrest.

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