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look after

Synonyms for nurse

to promote and sustain the development of

to hold and turn over in the mind

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a woman who is the custodian of children

try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury

maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings)

serve as a nurse

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treat carefully

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Providing guidance and direction for the nation's 30,000 CRNAs is the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA).
According to Forum 18, a Brest CRNA representative justified the local authorities "lawful measures to curtail the unsanctioned activities" of Grudnitsky's parish and encouraged his parishioners to attend the Moscow Patriarchate church instead where "normal conditions have been created for the performance of religious rites by all who wish.
Assume the CRNAs work 40 hours per week, average two cases per each 8-hour work period, and take four weeks of vacation per year.
Given the contents of Stairs agreement some might wonder whether or not Stair was involved in its own "Ponzi-Scheme," Obviously, that will be determined one way or another, when the case is heard in accordance with the Court of order remanding the case back to the lower court for a determination as to whether or not Staff is liable to pay Workers' Compensation benefits to the CRNA.
Previous work established that this assignment of anesthesia models captured the degree of CRNA supervision more precisely than using a single model designation in institutions where both CRNAs and anesthesiologists practice (Minnick and Needleman 2008).
The challenge recruiting VA CRNAs has made it difficult to fill existing VA CRNA vacancies at VA medical facilities.
We quantified the amount of total RNA and biotinylated CRNA by ultraviolet absorbance at 260 nm, purity by the [A.
For the 75th anniversary of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, John Garde, CRNA, MS, FAAN, who retired in 2001 after serving as executive director for 17 years, presented a brief a history of the organization.
Now, Montana remains a state that recognizes the unique skills, education, and training of certified nurse anesthetists, and recognizes the research that had established unquestionably the high level of safety and quality that characterizes CRNA practice.
In addition to re-registering religious associations that were older than 20 years, the CRNA also allowed re-registration of some religious associations that existed before the 2002 law but could not meet the 20-year rule.
Sayeed and CRNA Blatt were not entitled to a new trial or remittitur.
NorthStar was founded in 2004 by an Anesthesiologist and a CRNA who believe today's anesthesia model is broken, and we're here to fix it.
Leading national anesthesia care company to manage anesthesia services, including residency and CRNA training programs, for largest healthcare provider in Southeast Michigan