MIL was admitted to the hospital, and it looks like she's had some strokes. She has been unresponsive since being admitted on Friday. Strokes were discovered through a MRI yesterday - bilateral, moderate on one side, and patchy damage on the other. There's an occlusion as well.
Doctors haven't come out and said it, but they don't seem to offer a lot of hope that she'll recover, the damage was significant - and they think that's why she hasn't woken up.
MIL has a living will that states no extraordinary measures, no feeding tubes or nutrition, DNR. My question is: Daughter has guardianship, can she have them put in a feeding tube or place her on a ventilator, overriding the Living Will, or will the doctors abide by the document over the "family's wishes"?