Nurse

Nurse




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The nurse will tell you when to bear down. Сестра скажет вам, когда надо тужиться. Grandmother's nurse has been a real treasure. Медсестра бабушки была настоящим сокровищем. The nurse …
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Английский: ·сиделка, медицинская сестра (медсестра) Trained nurse — Опытная медсестра· нянька, няня Отсутствует пример употребления (см. …
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Перевести · A nurse is a person who is trained to give care to people who are sick or injured. Nurses work with doctors and other health care workers to make patients well and to keep them fit and healthy. Nurses also help with end-of-life needs and assist other family members with grieving. Nursing is a profession, like a doctor, but training for a nurse …
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Перевести · Define nurse. nurse synonyms, nurse pronunciation, nurse translation, English dictionary definition of nurse. n. 1. A person trained to provide medical care for the sick …
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Перевести · Nurse definition is - a person who cares for the sick or infirm; specifically : a licensed health-care professional who practices independently or is supervised by a physician, surgeon, or dentist and who is skilled in promoting and maintaining health. How to use nurse …
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Перевести · nurse [ners] 1. a person trained in the scientific basis of nursing, meeting certain prescribed standards of education and clinical competence; see also nursing practice. 2. to provide services that are …
What is the definition of nurse in English?
What is the definition of nurse in English?
English Language Learners Definition of nurse (Entry 1 of 2) : a person who is trained to care for sick or injured people and who usually works in a hospital or doctor's office old-fashioned : a woman who is paid to take care of a young child usually in the child's home
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What is a licensed practical nurse?
What is a licensed practical nurse?
1 : a person who cares for the sick or infirm specifically : a licensed health-care professional who practices independently or is supervised by a physician, surgeon, or dentist and who is skilled in promoting and maintaining health — see licensed practical nurse, licensed vocational nurse, registered nurse.
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Zoology A worker ant or bee that feeds and cares for the colony's young. 1. To serve as a nurse for: nursed the patient back to health. 2. To cause or allow to take milk from the breast or teat: a mother nursing her baby; whales nursing their young. 3. To try to cure by special care or treatment: nurse a cough with various remedies. 4.
1. a person formally educated and trained in the care of the sick or infirm, esp. a registered nurse. 2. a woman who has the general care of a child or children. 3. wet nurse. 4. a worker that attends the young in a colony of social insects.
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Перевести · 19.03.2021 · (archaic) A wet nurse.· A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people’s young. They hired a nurse to care for their young boy.· A person trained to provide care for the sick. The nurse …
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A nurse is a person who is trained to give care to people who are sick or injured. Nurses work with doctors and other health care workers to make patients well and to keep them fit and healthy. Nurses also help with end-of-life needs and assist other family members with grieving.
Nursing is a profession, like a doctor, but training for a nurse is different in how long a person must train and what kind of training they need. In some places, nurses may train for three to five years or more before they get a license as a nurse.
Nurses work in many places. Nurses work in hospitals, in doctor's offices, and in the community, and they even visit people at home if they can not get out.
Sometimes people decide to become nurses rather than doctors, because the nurses will be able to help patients directly, by talking to them, doing things they need, carefully watching that nothing goes wrong, and then seeing them as they get better.
Like doctors, nurses can choose what work they do. Some nurses train and work to help during surgery. Some nurses train to help people understand health problems like nutrition (what to eat), and disease (what can make people sick). Nurses can do many different jobs to help people.
Nurses are in demand because there are not enough nurses to handle hospital needs. Because of this shortage nurses will sometimes travel to another location to work for a few months in what is called travel nursing.
Registered Nurse in some countries like U.S is a term for an officially registered nurse.[1][2] In hospitals where nurses wear uniforms with caps, an R.N. is recognizable by the fact that the cap has two black stripes.
Nursing in Australia is done by Registered Nurses or Enrolled Nurses. Both must complete education past high school. An Enrolled Nurse must complete a course of study between 12 and 18 months. Registered Nurses need to complete a Bachelor's degree.
Titles have changed because men as well as women can be nurses. It was, in most countries, a wholly female occupation. The titles were designed for females and have now been revised to be genderless. The exception to this is midwife, a term still used because it seems natural that a nurse helping a mother through childbirth should be a female. There are some males acting as midwives.[3] The supervisory body for UK nursing is the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Some medical and surgical groups operate as teams. This means that senior surgeons always operate with the same group of people, so reducing the risk of mistakes, and allowing juniors to learn and understand the individual cases.
Also, moving around as a team allows specialist groups to serve more than one hospital. This is particularly useful when the amount of work in a speciality does not permit having a full team on site in each hospital.
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organization that cares for the dying or the incurably ill
a nurse who established the first hospital ward for treating AIDS patients in 1983
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