- n.护士，看护; 奶妈，保姆，阿妈，保育员; 保护人，培养者，养成所，发祥地; [植]保护树，[虫]保护虫，保育虫，[动]世代交替的无性期的个体
- vt.& vi.护理; 照料; 喂; 吃奶
- vt.培育; 怀抱; 搂抱; 调治
- 复数: nurses;
- 第三人称单数: nurses;
- 过去式: nursed;
- 过去分词: nursed;
- 现在分词: nursing;
The nurse mopped his fevered brow.
The nurse stuck the needle into my arm.
She had spent 29 years as a nurse.
"Can you walk all right?" the nurse asked him.
He would have a nurse in constant attendance day and night.
A nurse patted me on the shoulder and said, "You have a good cry, dear."
Every morning she got up early with the children and the nurse.
The nurse smiled blandly.
"There are other patients on the ward, Lovell," the staff nurse reminded her tartly.
Dr Amid was assisted by a young Asian nurse.
She worked here in the capacity of nurse.
The nurse on duty was fearful that the patient should get worse.
She is dressed in white like a nurse.
She asked the nurse how long her agony must last.
The patient was so weak that the nurse was unable to get him up.
A doctor and a nurse are handing my father from the ambulance.
The nurse is helping a sick person down from his bed.
The nurse should try to develop empathy between herself and the patient.
The young nurse was very nervous when she assisted at her first operation.
The nurse had been airlifted to Kinshasa.
The nurse cleansed the wound before stitching it.
There is a nurse in attendance.
The nurse sponged up the blood from the wound.
The nurse forced the food into his mouth.
A nurse ministers to the sick.
This college has been the nurse of many famous men.
Is your sister a doctor or a nurse?
The child did not nurse after he was four months old.
Has she got enough milk to nurse her baby?
The nurse watches with the sick.
They also had talk therapy with a nurse before and after quit day.
The Cleveland Clinic, a hospital operator, has reorganised its medical staff into teams to focus on particular treatment areas; consultants, nurses and others collaborate closely instead of being separated by speciality ( ' , 专业) and rank.
[The most recent of these studies, published in The Journal of Applied Gerontology, surveyed 150 Connecticut residents of assisted living, nursing homes and smaller residential care homes ( ' , known in some states as board and care homes or adult care homes).
You can't just say, ‘Let's put this person in a residential care home instead of a nursing home—she will be much better off, Dr.Robison said.
The system Medicare developed to rate nursing home quality is of little help to finding a satisfactory place.
Many people feel guilty when they cannot find a place other than a nursing home for their parents.
It is really difficult to tell if assisted living is better than a nursing home.
Does assisted living really mark a great improvement over a nursing home, or has the industry simply hired better interior designers? Are nursing homes as bad as people fear, or is that an out-moded stereotype ( ' , 固定 看法 )? Can doing one's homework really steer families to the best places? It is genuinely hard to know.
As I was considering all this, a press release from a respected research firm crossed my desk, announcing that the five-star rating system that Medicare developed in 2008 to help families compare nursing home quality also has little relationship to how satisfied its residents or their family members are.
An elderly person who describes herself as in poor health, therefore, might be no less depressed in assisted -86 living ( ' , even if her children preferred it) than in a nursing home.
A reasonable assumption—don't families struggle to avoid nursing homes and suffer real guilt if they can't? In the initial results, assisted living residents did paint the most positive picture.
A person who had input into where he would move and has had time to adapt to it might do as well in a nursing home as in a small residential care home, other factors being equal.
A friend recently took her mother to visit an expensive assisted living / nursing home near my town.
Should a woman who possessed a small amount of drugs years ago be permanently unable to be licensed as a nurse?These laws are also counterproductive, since they make it harder for people with criminal records to find housing or land a job, two key factors that reduce backsliding.
What does it take to be a well-trained nurse?
Those who stay on for an additional two years can earn a master's degree that qualifies them as nurse practitioners (执业护士) or clinical nurse specialists.
At Columbia, he was trained as a nurse practitioner
But as the nursing shortage worsens, a growing number of schools and hospitals are establishing "fast-track programs" that enable college graduates with no nursing experience to become registered nurses with only a year or so of specialized training.
I saw that nurses were in high demand and it looked like a really good opportunity," he says
Nurses that are still at the bedside view these kids with suspicion," says Linda Pellico, who has taught nursing at Yale University for 18 years.
Students earn their bachelor of science in nursing in a year.
Nurses that are still at the bedside view these kids with suspicion," says Linda Pellico, who has taught nursing at Yale University for 18 years
In contrast, a spouse usually the wife, is much less likely to use support services or to put the dependent person in a nursing home.
Perhaps they prefer going into a nursing home and can select one in advance
Why are most wives unwilling to put their dependent husbands into nursing homes?
Nursing homes are well-equipped and convenient
Both bills would reduce the rate of growth in annual Medicare payments to hospitals, nursing homes and other providers by amounts comparable to the productivity savings routinely made in other industries with the help of new technologies and new ways to organize work.
There are more clinically trained social workers than clinically trained psychiatrists, psychologists and psychiatric nurses combined.
A nurse who understands the healing (治愈) value of silence can use this understanding to assist in the care of patients from their own and from other cultures.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Many of us equate "commitment" with such "caring" occupations as teaching and nursing.
2019年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Nurses and other care-givers need to be aware of the possible meanings of silence when they come across the personal anxiety their patients may be experiencing.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Nurses should recognize their own personal and cultural construction of silence so that a patient's silence is not interrupted too early or allowed to go on unnecessarily.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Professors are not trained nurses, financial aid experts or your best friends.
2019年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 七选五 原文
She wants to be a nurse.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
Two more ran to get the school nurse, who brought a defibrillator, an electronic devices that can shock the heart back into work.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文收起真题例句
1. one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
2. a woman who is the custodian of children
1. try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury;
"He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
2. maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings);
"bear a grudge"
"entertain interesting notions"
"harbor a resentment"
3. serve as a nurse; care for sick or handicapped people
4. treat carefully;
"He nursed his injured back by liyng in bed several hours every afternoon"
"He nursed the flowers in his garden and fertilized them regularly"
5. give suck to;
"The wetnurse suckled the infant"
"You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
=nourish,to suckle 表示"营养,养育,哺乳"
nurse 护士, 保姆
nur养育+se→护理, 看护→护士, 保姆
nurse 护理, 看护;照料
nur养育+se→护理, 看护→护士, 保姆
nurse, tend, foster, cultivate, cherish
护士：在科学护理基础方面专门受过训练，并且符合规定的教育和临床技能标准的人员 护理：为帮助、维持或恢复身体健康提供服务 哺乳：母乳哺育婴儿。另见nursing