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A do not resuscitate order or a do not resuscitate identification executed, issued, or authorized in another state or a territory or possession of the United States is valid for the purposes of this chapter if it complies with the laws of this state. A health care provider or health care institution may presume, in the absence of actual notice to the contrary, that the do not resuscitate order or the do not resuscitate identification complies with the laws of this state, regardless of where or when it was executed, issued, or authorized, and that the patient is a qualified patient.
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