Translation of caregiver in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈkɛːɡɪvə//ˈkɛrˌɡɪvər/



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    • The authors assume that caregivers are the primary experts regarding a child's needs.
    • Make sure that her teachers and other caregivers are aware of her condition.
    • My caregiver instantly volunteered the information that we were the doctor's family friends.
    • This was a time of new experiences for the military and for the women who volunteered to serve as caregivers.
    • The patient then is discharged home with family members or a designated caregiver.
    • The device is also portable and can be used without the assistance of a caregiver.
    • The caregiver may report that the child was shaken to try to resuscitate it.
    • We invite anyone who is interested to join us, from psychologists, to teachers and caregivers.
    • They and their caregivers were able to perform satisfactory drainage at home.
    • It will also not impact upon the introduction of Filipino workers as caregivers, maids and crews.
    • Some caregivers reported the amount of care that was provided by hospice on a weekly basis.
    • Assisting the caregiver in establishing a predictable routine for the patient is helpful.
    • They serve on Parent Policy Committees and work in the centers as caregivers or volunteers.
    • One primary purpose of the record is to communicate patient information to the next caregiver.
    • Educational efforts to inform parents and caregivers can come from a variety of sources.
    • You and your caregiver will be instructed on how to give your tube feedings.
    • Sometimes clients or their families treat caregivers as maids or domestic servants.
    • Most of the research on the health of caregivers has focused on psychological well-being.
    • The perioperative nurse is not often viewed as a patient caregiver, but is thought of as a technician.
    • In wound care, we have not done much to factor in the contributions of lay caregivers.