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Synonyms for nurse




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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Kevin Cronk, chief executive officer of the organization, said would like to see the collaboration with CNM continue.
With an expert CNM team comprised of former , directors of reporting, audit managers, senior managers and partners, outsourcing is a logical extension of our years of successful financial management experience.
CNM has positioned itself as a leader and expert in employee benefit plan audits by dedicating resources to the quality and growth of the service line.
CNM has one of the largest distance-learning programs in the United States.
As an accounting and consulting firm for companies that range from venture-funded start-ups to large multinational companies, we recognize the need for CNM to be visible and accessible on mobile devices.
CNM (Centronudear Myopathy) is an inherited health condition found in Labs that weakens the muscles and makes it difficult for them to walk.
CNM has a very dedicated SNA advisor, Michael Shannon, pictured here when he coordinated with Mike Torres, RN, from PHI Air Medical to create the multi-disciplinary Mass Casualty Incident simulation which included the landing of a helicopter on campus.
Mr Hookway suggested that from August 2004 Ms Pritchard was no longer operating as CNM.
But a new pilot program CNM instituted last year decided that she had enough credit hours for two degrees and automatically enrolled her in graduation.
There are many things to do and experience for visitors who attend CNM.
In this context, this study aimed at evaluating the influence of diets containing CNM, treated or not with antioxidant for 35 days of storage, on physical and chemical characteristics of breast meat and color of abdominal fat of broilers.
During labor, the mother's cervix failed to dilate for 2 hours, and the CNM initiated oxytocin.
Designed to introduce children and adults to a wide variety of arts and give a platform to local performers, CNM is a dedicated family event set to become a monthly fixture on our calendars, taking place at different outdoor locations across the city from September to April.
The first samples of milk for the analysis on CNM and SCC were taken on the farm from 1600 l fixed cooling cistern.
The CNM credential was first used in the 1920's and currently CNM's are legal practitioners in every state in the US, including Washington DC, and Puerto Rico.