The basis for the lack of emergency care allegation was because of the nursing staff not initiating CPR, despite his father's directive
, and an improperly equipped crash cart.
The WEEE Directive
covers 10 product caregories--large household appliances, small household appliances, information and telecommunications equipment, consumer electronics, lighting, electronic tools, toys and sports equipment, medical devices, monitoring instruments and automatic dispensers--and establishes a financing mechanism based on extended producer responsibility to fund the recycling of these products.
As proof that the commission's directive
works, Wallstrom reports that in many of Europe's rivers and lakes where the requirements have been implemented, water quality has improved significantly.
on low-voltage equipment, such as appliances and power tools, is designed to prevent electrical hazards to people, pets, livestock and property, while the machinery directive
aims to ensure the safety of industrial equipment.
The restrictions Cohen refers to are encapsulated in a series of 70 regulations called the "Ethical and Religious Directives
for Catholic Health Care Services," first approved by the U.
A written directive
system that effectively incorporates the accreditation standards begins with a uniform format.
A proxy, designated by advance directive
, was directly appointed by the now-incapacitated person.
are quite helpful, but not in the way people think," Kelly says.
3] The concept of understanding as it applies to directives
raises two questions: (1) what substantive information do we want members of the public to comprehend when they are deciding whether to issue a directive
; and (2) what method of conveying this information will reach the greatest number of people?
Bioethicists agree that discussions regarding advance directives
should be seen as a process involving medical care-givers, family members, and other advisors and friends.
requires parent companies to hold at least 25 percent of the capital of the subsidiary, although Member States may stipulate a less onerous burden in their domestic legislation.
Although these directives
have become effective, the domestic law in a particular country may not, as yet, have been conformed.