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1. This disease is very hard to nurse.
2. She spends all her time nursing her old father.
3. He nursed the house plants through a long winter.
1. The baby is nursing at its mother's breast.
A nurse is a person whose job is to care for people who are ill.
e.g. She had spent 29 years as a nurse...
e.g. Patients were dying because of an acute shortage of nurses.
If you nurse someone, you care for them when they are ill.
e.g. All the years he was sick my mother had nursed him...
e.g. She rushed home to nurse her daughter back to health.
If you nurse an illness or injury, you allow it to get better by resting as much as possible.
e.g. We're going to go home and nurse our colds.
If you nurse an emotion or desire, you feel it strongly for a long time.
e.g. Jane still nurses the pain of rejection...
e.g. He had nursed an ambition to lead his own big orchestra.
A nurse is a person who is trained to look after young children.
e.g. Every morning she got up early with the children and the nurse.
1. Methods: 62 early pregnancy women who would be operated on selective painless abortion were divided into the experimental group (30 patients, acceptting systematic and oral psychological care, given written psychological care information and received psychological care postoperation) and the control group (32 patients, received oral and general psychological care from the nurse on duty), and then the preoperative anxiety, heart rate, blood pressure and the relevant indexes were determined after recovery.
2. When she reported the side effects to her oncologist's nurse and her primary-care physician, she got no guidance.
3. Sandy Burgener, Ph. D., is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois College of Nursing and is a certified Gerontological Nurse Practitioner with a clinical and research focus on increasing quality of life for persons with progressive memory loss or dementia.
4. About the Author/作者介绍: Sandy Burgener, Ph. D., is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois College of Nursing and is a certified Gerontological Nurse Practitioner with a clinical and research focus on increasing quality of life for persons with progressive memory loss or dementia.
5. Enrolled Nurse denotes a person enrolled with the Nursing Council of Hong Kong under the Nurses Registration Ordinance Cap.
6. Each applicant may only apply for admission to either the Enrolled Nurse training programme or the Enrolled Nurse training programme.