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night nurse

n
(Medicine) a nurse whose duty is to look after a patient or patients during the night
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But royal sources say the couple are simply trying out different nannies, with the first being a night nurse and that it's a "deeply personal" decision, with the couple trying to ensure they get the right person for their child.
TOUGH TO CALL SOME top-class horses, including Mill House 1965), Night Nurse Ten Plus (1988) and (1993), won the Bet Mandarin Handicap Chase (2.25) during its heyday.
Night Nurse, a 24-hour, 365 day per-year triage support and medical-home compliance provider, endured an extensive audit and found that surviving it paid unexpected dividends.
Researchers examined the association between night nurse staffing and workforce characteristics and the length of stay (LOS) in 138 Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals using data from 2002 through 2006.
Nurse!" is a familiar cry from patients on a ward from morning and through the night Nurse will oblige and put things right All our nurses are well worth their salt Without them the whole system would grind to a halt Recruiting more nurses into the profession has got to be a priority I am sure This must be done at once or else agony we will all endure by Thomas Brown, L3
I worked as a night nurse for the NHS for 30 years.
The mum-of-two has been a caterer, night nurse, parish administrator, night shelter coordinator, youth worker, mentor, family support worker, Diocesan Youth Officer, and most recently senior lecturer and chaplain at Chester University.
He said tests showed Flt Lt Cunningham had used Night Nurse, which includes the ingredient promethazine, the evening before the incident and, according to the report, the medication could cause some sedation and impair performance in pilots.
AN inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot who died after he was ejected from his cockpit while on the ground has explored the possibility that the effects of Night Nurse might have played a part in his death.
I was taken to Ward 9 and my thanks go to staff night nurse Angela Thornton, who even moved me nearer to nurses station.
Coffs Harbour nurses see this as a breakthrough in their campaign for one more nurse per shift, with one more night nurse the priority.
The grievance was submitted for arbitration and was sustained, notwithstanding the arbitrator's finding that Nurse McQuade had not satisfied a particular section of the parties' collective bargaining agreement, which required that Nurse McQuade have been in the position of lead night nurse for at least six months before she could be eligible for the lateral transfer to lead nurse on the day shift.