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. (b) A person, especially a woman, who has the care of the sick or infirm.
One who, or that which, brings up, rears, causes to grow, trains, fosters, or the like.
To nourish; to cherish; to foster
To nourish at the breast; to suckle; to feed and tend, as an infant.
To take care of or tend, as a sick person or an invalid; to attend upon.
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.
To manage with care and economy, with a view to increase; as, to nurse our national resources.
A person educated and trained to provide nursing care. There are many types of nurses.
A person trained to take care of the sick, injured, or disabled under the supervision of a doctor.
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"
serve as a nurse; care for sick or handicapped people
give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
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a health care professional The delivery of modern health care depends on an expanding group of highly trained professionals coming together as an interdisciplinary team
a health care professional who is engaged in Nursing home A nursing home or skilled nursing facility (SNF) is a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant Activity of Daily Living (ADL) deficiencies
a healthcare professional who is specially trained to meet the day-to-day medical and support needs of people who are ill
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an expert in providing care and encounters people of all ages in need of care and medical assistance
a person educated and trained to care for the sick or disabled
a person who has completed basic nursing education and has been given the right to provide nursing care in her/his country
a person with special training in the care of patients with various medical problems, usually licensed by the state to provide health care services, typically under the supervision of a physician
a woman who takes care of the sick, following a doctor's orders
To take nourishment from the breast; suckle.
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.
A nurse who works in a nursing home takes care of residents and oversees certified nurses' aides (CNAs) and custodial caregivers. A registered nurse (RN) is a graduate trained nurse who has been licensed by a state authority after passing qualifying examinations for registration. A licensed practical nurse (LPN) is a person who has undergone training and obtained a state license to provide routine care for the sick. Some states use the term licensed vocational nurse or LVN.
Takes care of any infants or very young children on the set or location. Also looks after any injuries on set.[ edit][ edit
An individual trained to care for the sick, aged, or injured. Can be defined as a professional qualified by education and authorized by law to practice nursing.
A health professional trained to care for people who are ill or disabled.
Training is generally equivalent to nurse's aide in Western medical systems.