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Synonyms for nurse

carer

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nanny

look after

Synonyms for nurse

to promote and sustain the development of

to hold and turn over in the mind

Synonyms for nurse

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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By having the circulating nurse collect the gloves, an additional burden was placed on the operating room personnel.
Ann Ball, RN, was the circulating nurse in the operating room during the surgery.
The circulating nurse is responsible for managing the nursing care of the patient within the OR and coordinating the needs of the surgical team with other necessary care providers.
Efron further explained that a "nonsterile" circulating nurse opens packaging containing sterile instruments and that a sterile scrub nurse removes the instruments from the packaging and places them on a table for later use by the surgeon.
staff for late starts on the first case of the day, frequently stating that the circulating nurse is not ready due to morning reports.
Billing readiness -- Picis Perioperative Dashboard automatically tracks completeness of nursing documentation, notifying hospitals of missing information, broken out by circulating nurse.
Joel Korelitz performed the surgery, assisted by a surgical resident and Tari Berke, a scrub nurse, and Sherry Murphy, a circulating nurse.
Kuure has been with Island Hospital in Anacortes, Washington for over 35 years working in the operating room, beginning as a staff, scrub and circulating nurse.
Martha Allen, a registered nurse since 1986, served as a second circulating nurse in the surgery.
The circulating nurse controls all of these capabilities at the touch of a button from a well-designed workstation located outside of the sterile field, facilitating improved communication and patient care.
On April 2, 2004, she was assigned to be a circulating nurse during a surgical procedure.