In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in UK)enfermero que tiene a su cuidado a los pacientes de un distrito
- Fourteen days later he was referred to the dermatology department by the district nurse, who was concerned that the wound was not healing.
- Our district nurse, old and wise, cured them all with some difficulty.
- The district nurse attended regularly to dress it.
- A district nurse attended the project steering group and became an enthusiastic convert, engaging many of her colleagues.
- She always seemed to have leg ulcers on her damaged shin and the district nurse was a frequent visitor.
- Before that, she served as a district nurse in her home area.
- What will happen to people marooned in their homes by their health needs, if it is not possible for the district nurse to visit their homes any longer?
- A few days later a district nurse from Wilsden Medical Practice took a separate blood sample from him as part of a regular check-up.
- His care package includes the daily visit from a district nurse but her good work is simply not enough for his needs.
- It was then discovered that I had MRSA, and the district nurse had to attend to my bandaging at home.
- Congratulations and best wishes from all her patients to our district nurse Denise who gave birth recently to a bouncing baby girl.
- A district nurse and community health visitor will also use the new centre as a base.
- As well as the GPs, the surgery also has a district nurse, health visitor midwives and podiatrist.
- There's a district nurse from the new surgery who comes in every two weeks, just to maintain contact.
- After a short stint as a private duty nurse, Dora became a relief district nurse at Slave Lake.
- The man opened his front door because, after spending four months in hospital being treated for jaundice, he was expecting a visit from the district nurse.
- She later studied maternity nursing in Plymouth and became a district nurse in London.
- The team includes a range of professionals, including a district nurse, counsellors and physiotherapist.
- A late 1930's photograph of the log cabin where her grandmother was posted as a district nurse suggests rough working conditions.
- You should be able to get these through a district nurse or nurse continence adviser.
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