nursing

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İngilizce - Türkçe
emdirme
(Fizyoloji) süt verme
hastabakıcılık
hemşirelik

Leyla hemşirelik sertifikası aldı. - Layla obtained a nursing certificate.

Leyla güzel bir hemşirelik öğrencisiydi. - Layla was a beautiful nursing student.

{i} bakım

Tom bir bakımevine kondu. - Tom was put in a nursing home.

{f} hemşirelik yap: prep.hemşirelik yapa
(Tıp) Hemşire tarafından hasta bakımı, hemşirelik
{i} bakıcılık
besle/em/emzir/bak
{i} emzirme
doğum
nurse
hemşire

Ben bir doktor ya da hemşire ya da öğretmen olmak istiyorum. - I want to be a doctor or a nurse or a teacher.

Tom'un annesi Mary'nin yaşadığı caddenin karşısındaki hastanede bir hemşiredir. - Tom's mother is a nurse at the hospital that's across the street from where Mary lives.

nurse
{f} hemşirelik yapmak
nurse
meme vermek
nurse
{f} bakıcılık yapmak
nursing period
Emzirme dönemi
nursing assessment
(Tıp) hemşirelik değerlendirmesi
nursing diagnosis
(Tıp) hemşirelik tanısı
nursing diagnosis
(Tıp) hemşirelik tanıları
nursing education
(Tıp) hemşirelik eğitimi
nursing home
küçük özel hastane
nursing home
bakım evi
nursing homes
bakım evleri
nursing mother
emziren anne
nursing neediness
bakıma muhtaçlık
nursing process
(Tıp) hemşirelik işlemleri
nursing research
(Tıp) hemşirelik araştırması
nursing services
bakım hizmetleri
nursing services
(Tıp) hemşirelik hizmetleri
nursing sister
hemşire
nursing home
yuva
nursing baby
hemşirelik bebek
nursing pads
bakım pedleri
nursing student
hemşirelik öğrencisi
nursing and treatment facility
(Turizm) bakım ve tedavi tesisi
nursing assurance
bakım güvencesi
nursing at home
evde bakım
nursing bottle
biberon
nursing care
hemşirelik
nursing care
hastabakıcılık
nursing care plans
(Tıp) hemşire bakım planları
nursing ethics
(Tıp) hemşirelik etiği
nursing grant
(Ticaret) emzirme yardımı
nursing guarentee
bakım güvencesi
nursing home
bakımevi

Tom bir bakımevine kondu. - Tom was put in a nursing home.

nursing home
klinik
nursing home
doğumevi
nursing home
huzurevi

Yaşlı adam huzurevinden kaçtı. - The old man escaped from the nursing home.

Tom bir huzurevinde yaşıyor. - Tom lives in a nursing home.

nursing insurance
bakım sigortası
nursing management
bakım yönetimi
nursing mother
süt anne
nursing mother
bebek emziren anne
nursing of old and ill persons
yaşlı hasta bakımı
nursing of old persons at home
evde yaşlı bakım
nursing philosophy
(Tıp) hemşirelik felsefesi
nursing protocols
(Tıp) hemşirelik protokolleri
nursing quality
bakım kalitesi
nursing records
(Tıp) hemşire kayıtları
nursing security
bakım güvencesi
nursing sister
İng. hemşire
nursing standards
bakım standartları
nursing standards
standart bakım modelleri
nursing theory
(Tıp) hemşirelik teorisi
nurse
bakıcı

O, ona sağlığına geri dönmesi için bakıcılık yaptı. - She nursed him back to health.

nurse
sütnine
nurse
sütana
nurse
(Askeri) hasta bakıcı
nurse
emdirmek
nurse
(Tıp) nurse
nurse
süt vermek
nurse
sütanne
nurse
hastabakıcılık yapmak
nursing home
huzur evi

Annen bir huzur evinde, değil mi? - Your mother is in a nursing home, isn't she?

Tom bir huzur evinde çalışıyor. - Tom works in a nursing home.

surgical nursing
(Tıp) cerrahi hemşirelik
nurse
(kin/vb.) beslemek
nurse
bakmak
nurse
hastabakıcı
nurse
{f} hemşirelik yap
nurse
emzirmek
nurse
dadı

Bir kız olarak, Elisa oyuncak bebekleriyle dadı oynamayı severdi. - As a girl, Elisa loved to play nurse with her dolls.

nurse
ilgilenmek
nurse
uşak bakıcısı
school of nursing
hemşirelik okulu
bachelor of science in nursing
hemşirelik bilim lisans
skilled nursing facility
yetenekli bakım tesisi
wet-nursing
Süt annelik
wet-nursing
Süt anneliği
barrier nursing
(Tıp) Koğuşta enfeksiyonun bir hastadan diğerlerine bulaşmasını önlemek için alınan bir önlem
barrier nursing
(Tıp) bariyer hemşirelik
bottle nursing
biberonla emzirmek
dental nursing
dişçi(lik) hemşireliği
elder in need of nursing
bakıma muhtaç yaşlı
nurse
{f} bakılmak
nurse
(Tıp) Hastaya veya bebeğe bakmak. Hastanın bakım hizmetlerini görmek
nurse
{f} (hastaya) bakmak
nurse
{i} bakım

Kör hemşire kendini yaşlıların bakımı için adadı. - The blind nurse devoted herself to caring for the elderly.

nurse
{f} meme emmek
nurse
{f} beslemek
nurse
{i} işçi karınca
nurse
meme verme
nurse
wet nurse sütnine
nurse
{i} besleme
nurse
{f} kafaya takmak
nurse
{f} dert etmek
nurse
tedavi etmek
nurse
{f} iyileştirmek
nurse
{f} özen göstermek
nurse
sütnine/dadı/hemşire
nurse
{f} kollarına almak
nurse
besle/em/emzir/bak
nurse
{i} işçi arı
nurse
{i} destekçi
nurse
bir teşebbüs veya maksadı destekleyen kimse veyanight nurse gece hemşiresi
nursing home
şifa yurdu
person in need of nursing
bakıma muhtaç insan
person in need of nursing
bakıma muhtaç kimse
practical nursing
(Tıp) uygulamalı hemşirelik
sick nursing
hemşirelik
social nursing
bakım bilimi
social nursing
sosyal bakım
supervisory nursing
(Tıp) denetleyici hemşirelik
İngilizce - İngilizce
Referring to nurses

The nursing staff worked overtime at the hospital.

In the state of suckling young, lactating

The nursing bear wouldn't move far until her cubs were older.

breastfeeding
The process or profession of caring for patients as a nurse

She went into nursing as a career.

Present participle of nurse

The mother sat there nursing her baby.

the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm
nourishing at the breast
Supplying or taking nourishment from, or as from, the breast; as, a nursing mother; a nursing infant
the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm nourishing at the breast the profession of a nurse
Present participle of nurse, suckling young
{i} profession of giving medical care as a nurse; act or season of breast feeding
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
The profession of caring for patients as a nurse
the profession of a nurse
nursing bra
A bra specifically designed for breastfeeding mothers with cups which fold down allowing easy access to the nipple when the infant is to be fed, usually constructed of fabric only
nursing bras
plural form of nursing bra
nursing home
A place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living, such as the elderly and younger adults with physical disabilities
nursing homes
plural form of nursing home
nursing aide
someone who assists a nurse in tasks that require little formal training
nursing baby
infant which receives nutrition by breast-feeding
nursing bottle
a bottle that holds a baby's milk; has a rubber teat
nursing bottle
A nursing bottle is a plastic bottle with a special rubber top through which a baby can suck milk or another liquid
nursing care
care by a skilled nurse
nursing home
Licensed facility that cares for those who are chronically ill or unable to care for themselves Sometimes called a long-term care facility
nursing home
A residence that provides a room, meals, and help with activities of daily living and recreation Generally, nursing home residents have physical or mental problems that keep them from living on their own They usually require daily assistance
nursing home
A nursing home is a private hospital, especially one for old people. He died in a nursing home at the age of
nursing home
Today's nursing home is for the young and the old It is for those who expect to recover as well as for those who will need long term nursing care The nursing homes are usually Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Mental Health Care Facilities or Child Care Facilities Some nursing facilities include specially designed areas for patients with Alzheimer's
nursing home
A licensed facility that provides room and board and a planned, continuous medical treatment program, including 24-hour-per-day skilled nursing care, personal care, and custodial care
nursing home
A privately operated establishment providing rehabilitation or skilled nursing care for persons who are unable to care for themselves properly
nursing home
A licensed facility that provides room and board and a planned, continuous medical treatment program, including 24-hour-per-day skilled nursing, personal and custodial care
nursing home
Provides 24-hour skilled care for the more acute patients Patients generally rely on assistance for most or all daily living activities (such as bathing, dressing and toileting)
nursing home
A private establishment that provides living quarters and care for the elderly or the chronically ill. a place where people who are old and ill can live and be looked after = old people's home. Facility for care (usually long-term) of patients who are not sick enough to need hospital care but are not able to remain at home. Historically, most residents were elderly or ill or had chronic irreversible and disabling disorders, and medical and nursing care was minimal. Today nursing homes have a more active role in health care, helping patients prepare to live at home or with a family member when possible. They help conserve expensive hospital facilities for the acutely ill and improve the prospects of the chronically disabled. However, quality of care varies widely, and the potential for abuse exists
nursing home
A licensed facility which provides general nursing care to those who are chronically ill or unable to take care of necessary daily living needs May also be referred to as a Long Term Care facility (H)
nursing home
For purposes of long-term care (LTC) insurance, a custodial facility that provides basic nonmedical care and medical care as necessary to patients
nursing home
Any facility which provides meals, lodging and nursing care for compensation
nursing home
an institution where people are cared for; "a home for the elderly"
nursing home
A home in England and Wales which has qualified nursing staff available to provide nursing care
nursing home
A facility that provides care to a person who is not able to remain home alone due to physical health problems, mental health problems or functional disabilities A broad term which encompasses a range of facilities from privately-owned adult residential care homes to community hospitals and government-operated institutions
nursing home
A generic term for a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)
nursing home
*: A convalescent home or private facility for the care of individuals who do not require hospitalization and who cannot be cared for at home
nursing home
A facility that provides room and board and a planned, continuous medical treatment program, including 24-hour-per-day skilled nursing care, personal care, and custodial care Most policies identify and define the specific requirements for a entity to be accepted as a "Nursing Home Facility "
nursing home
home for elderly people who can no longer care for themselves
nursing home
A licensed facility which provides general nursing care to those who are chronically ill or unable to take care of necessary daily living needs
nursing home
a licensed facility that provides 24-hour-a-day room and board, nursing care and personal care services Nursing homes also provide medical care, therapy, and other health related services
nursing mother
breastfeeding mother, mother who feeds her baby milk from her breast
nursing school
a school for training nurses
nursing wing
area where medical and general care is provided
nurse
A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people’s young

They hired a nurse to care for their young boy.

nurse
A person trained to provide care for the sick

The nurse made her rounds through the hospital ward.

nurse
to drink slowly
nurse
to treat kindly and with extra care

She nursed the rosebush and that season it bloomed.

nurse
A wet-nurse
wet nursing
Present participle of wet nurse
nurse
{n} one who takes care of a child or a sick person
nurse
{v} to bring up a child, to feed
Nurse
norice
associate in nursing
an associate degree in nursing
bachelor of arts in nursing
a bachelor's degree in nursing
geriatric nursing
treatment and care of the aged
nurse
To manage with care and economy, with a view to increase; as, to nurse our national resources
nurse
A peculiar larva of certain trematodes which produces cercariæ by asexual reproduction
nurse
to care for the sick
nurse
Either one of the nurse sharks
nurse
to breast feed
nurse
If you nurse an emotion or desire, you feel it strongly for a long time. Jane still nurses the pain of rejection He had nursed an ambition to lead his own big orchestra. = harbour
nurse
One who nourishes; a person who supplies food, tends, or brings up; as: (a) A woman who has the care of young children; especially, one who suckles an infant not her own
nurse
A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill. She had spent 29 years as a nurse Patients were dying because of an acute shortage of nurses
nurse
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
nurse
To nourish; to cherish; to foster To nourish at the breast; to suckle; to feed and tend, as an infant
nurse
To take care of or tend, as a sick person or an invalid; to attend upon
nurse
try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
nurse
means a registered nurse duly registered in the place of jurisdiction where the service is provided
nurse
To caress; to fondle, as a nurse does
nurse
serve as a nurse; care for sick or handicapped people
nurse
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
nurse
A woman who takes care of other people's young
nurse
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"
nurse
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
nurse
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
nurse
give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
nurse
See Cercaria, and Redia
nurse
(b) A person, especially a woman, who has the care of the sick or infirm
nurse
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"
nurse
a woman who is the custodian of children
nurse
maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings); "bear a grudge"; "entertain interesting notions"; "harbor a resentment"
nurse
one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
nurse
{i} medical caretaker (especially in a hospital under the supervision of a doctor); caretaker of a baby or young children, nanny
nurse
A lieutenant or first officer, who is the real commander when the captain is unfit for his place
nurse
{f} breast-feed; suckle; provide medical care; take care of; work as a nurse; use up slowly; dwell on, harbor (especially of jealousy or anger)
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
nurse
One who, or that which, brings up, rears, causes to grow, trains, fosters, or the like
nurse
To bring up; to raise, by care, from a weak or invalid condition; to foster; to cherish; applied to plants, animals, and to any object that needs, or thrives by, attention
Türkçe - İngilizce

nursing teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

nurse
(Tıp) nurse
nursing

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    nırsîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈnərsəɴɢ/ /ˈnɜrsɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    (verb.) 14th century. Middle English nurshen to suckle, nourish, contraction of nurishen.

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