Initially they couldn't find anyone related to the guy, etc. and they ignored the tattoo and did some treatments on him. They later reviewed his case and decided to honor the tattoo and let him die, and afterwards eventually discovered paperwork that also showed his wishes were not to resuscitate.
Do people think the doctors were correct? Or should they not have done anything either way until they tracked down actual paperwork?
__________________ "I know it's gonna work because it's impossible"-George Lucas
"Political correctness is fascism pretending to be manners"-George Carlin