When a baby nurses or when its mother nurses it, it feeds by sucking milk from its mother's breast. Most authorities recommend letting the baby nurse whenever it wants. young women nursing babies Young people and nursing mothers are exempted from charges. = suckle see also nursery nurse, nursing, wet nurse
If you nurse an illness or injury, you allow it to get better by resting as much as possible. We're going to go home and nurse our colds
If you nurse someone, you care for them when they are ill. All the years he was sick my mother had nursed him She rushed home to nurse her daughter back to health
A person with special training in the care of patients with various medical problems As part of the brain-injury team, nurses also have special training and experience in caring for patients with diseases and injuries of the brain and spinal cord
give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
treat carefully; "He nursed his injured back by liyng in bed several hours every afternoon"; "He nursed the flowers in his garden and fertilized them regularly"
one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician) try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
To nourish; to cherish; to foster To nourish at the breast; to suckle; to feed and tend, as an infant
A person licensed by the state to provide health care services, typically under the supervision of a physician A registered nurse is one who has graduated from a state-approved school of nursing, has passed the professional nursing state board examination and has been granted a license to practice in a given state A licensed practical nurse is one who has graduated from a school of practical nursing and has passed the practical nursing state board examination
try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings); "bear a grudge"; "entertain interesting notions"; "harbor a resentment"
means a registered nurse duly registered in the place of jurisdiction where the service is provided
A professional medical designation recognized in some jurisdictions, denoting an individual who is fully qualified as a nurse and who has additional qualifications and authorization to provide some diagnoses and/or treatments which can otherwise be provided only by a licensed medical doctor
A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) who has advanced education and clinical training in a health care specialty area Nurse Practitioners practice under the rules and regulations of the Nurse Practice Act of the state in which they work Most nurse practitioners are also nationally certified in their specialty area They are recognized as expert health care providers
A registered nurse with special training for providing primary health care, including many tasks customarily performed by a physician. a nurse who is trained to do some of the work that is usually done by a doctor
A registered nurse with special training and qualifications for assessing the physical, psychological and social needs of a patient A typical nurse practitioner administers primary care to patients under the direction of a physician Many states require at least one year of advanced education as well as certification and licensure
A registered nurse who has advanced skills in the assessment of physical and psychosocial health status of individuals, families, and groups in a variety of settings through medical history taking and physical examinations
An advanced practice nurse with special training and an advanced degree in nursing Pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs) may perform examinations, order medications and diagnostic procedures, educate staff and families and provide continuity of care between inpatient and outpatient settings
A licensed registered nurse who has completed an approved education course to be a nurse practitioner, is certified or licensed as a nurse practitioner in a given state and has a written practice agreement in effect with an M D A nurse practitioner may diagnose illnesses and physical conditions and perform therapeutic and corrective measures within his/her specialty area of practice The nurse practitioner may also prescribe drugs if certified to do so
(NP) a registered nurse who has additional academic and clinical training, generally at the master's degree level; NPs are licensed by the state in which they practice and are certified by a national professional organization; in some states, NPs are allowed to practice without supervision of a licensed physician and may order products
Only Atlantic species (Ginglymostoma cirratum) of 25 carpet shark species (family Orectolobidae). Yellow-or gray-brown, sometimes with dark spots, it may grow to over 13 ft (4 m) long. It may attack swimmers, especially when provoked, but is not related to the dangerous gray nurse (Odontaspis arenarius), a sand shark
born Jan. 25, 1949, Norwich, Norfolk, Eng. British scientist. He earned a Ph.D. from the University of East Anglia in 1973 and was a professor at the University of Oxford from 1987 to 1993. In 1996 he was named director general of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK). In the mid-1970s he conducted research on yeast and discovered the gene that regulates different phases of the cell cycle. He later found the corresponding gene in humans. His work aided in the understanding of cancer cell development. Nurse shared a Nobel Prize with R. Timothy Hunt and Leland H. Hartwell in 2001
Performs a variety of non-professional nursing care duties such as assisting in bathing patients, taking temperatures, blood pressure, pulse and respiration Records results on charts Observes patients for reactions to drugs, excessive respiratory rate or any other unusual conditions
A nurse who has received a certificate from an approved school of practical nursing In general, a licensed practical nurse does not have the degree of expertise and is not granted the level of responsibility that a registered nurse has (see definition)
Nursing is the profession of looking after people who are ill. She had no aptitude for nursing Does the nursing staff seem to care?. the job or skill of looking after people who are ill, injured, or old. Health-care profession providing physical and emotional care to the sick and disabled and promoting health in all individuals through activities including research, health education, and patient consultation. Nursing gained recognition in the 19th century with the activities of Florence Nightingale. Many nurses have specialties (e.g., psychiatry, critical care). Nurse-practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse-anesthetists, and nurse-midwives undertake tasks traditionally performed by physicians. Nursing degrees go as high as the doctorate, and staff positions include administration. In addition to health-care settings, nurses practice in schools, the military, industry, and private homes. Community (public health) nurses educate the public on topics such as nutrition and disease prevention
A registered nurse is someone who is qualified to work as a nurse. A graduate trained nurse who has passed a state registration examination and has been licensed to practice nursing. RN someone who has been trained and is officially allowed to work as a nurse
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