St. Benedict’s Senior Community, a nursing home in St. Cloud, Minnesota, has been cited after staff members chose not to resuscitate a patient who had no pulse.
According to a report released Wednesday by the Minnesota Department of Health (DoH), the resident complained of dizziness and became unresponsive after walking to the dining room for lunch. Staff detected a pulse and proceeded to move the resident to the back of the room. Staff checked on the resident a short while later and found that she had no pulse, StarTribune.com reported. More Minnesota Nursing Home Cited for Not Reviving Patient