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Tribal governments and the DNR historically have a good working relationship and have cooperated in moose management and harvest programs (Edwards et al.
Serologic results and demographics of duck hunter and Iowa DNR workers * Waterfowl Sex Age, y Hunting/bird MN titer HI titer handlers exposure, y Hunter M 39 31 40 10 DNR 1 M 52 27 10 10 ([dagger]) DNR 2 M 53 30 10 10 * DNR, Department of Natural Resources; MN, microneutralization assay; HI, hemagglutination inhibition.
These physicians' failures to write DNR orders are a prime source of futile care.
1), the materials compounded with DNR show better property retention than those compounded with oil, especially concerning the strength at break.
However, Dr K Mohanaruban, consultant geriatrician at Withybush Hospital who carried out the DNR audit between August 2002 and March 2003, said the figures had to be explained.
Ensure that caregivers know which residents have DNR orders and which do not.
Hospitals instituted programs to support "patient choice," living wills, and DNR decisions by patients and their families.
According to Pat McElroy, director of regulatory programs for the DNR, "The roads issue is very, very important to meeting our obligations, and fundamental to improving salmon habitat and moving recovery forward.
The DNR began by establishing a science team of state, federal, and independent scientists to address owl, murrelet, and salmon conservation needs.
The Louisiana DNR was interested in coastal restoration, so we gave the trees to the parish to test the project," says Gernon, who adds the coastal restoration project was modeled after a similar one in the Netherlands.