(n.) One who gives; a donor; a bestower; a grantor; one who imparts or distributes.
(1) Of the 88 evening-shift cardiac arrests during this time, one specific nurse (Nurse 14) was the care giver for 57 (65%).
(2) Continued nursing research will expand the science of nursing and provide care givers with knowledge for expert care.
(3) severe psychological distress ('disassuagement') when support-givers cannot be induced to act effectively, with a propensity to devise defensive strategies, supplemented by psychological defence mechanisms; when maladaptive, these strategies are the source of neurotic symptoms and antisocial traits.
(4) Only two care givers who met criteria during care giving had met criteria for a depressive disorder before care giving, and family history was not even weakly related to the identification of at-risk care givers.
(5) Support to those providing informal care might also be facilitated through community support services such as respite care, household maintenance, psychological support to care-givers, support groups, informal networks within a community and consideration of unconventional support methods.
(6) Care givers in homes, especially in those that are not registered, are unlikely to have had child care-specific training.
(7) Hardly any development funding for implementation has been disbursed.” 68 million children likely to die by 2030 from preventable causes, report says Read more Dr David Richmond, president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, said the series offered a “wake-up call to governments worldwide to make faster progress in reducing the number of stillbirths, which wreak untold damage on families, care givers and communities”.
(8) I examined the relation between household parameters of size, composition, and temporal variability and indicators of care-giver and elder well-being.
(9) Those who had no assistant care giver complained more frequently.
(10) To examine the everyday manifestation of Alzheimer's disease at greater detail, a questionnaire for care-givers was developed.
(11) The failure of an IVF cycle is immediately known to the health care givers.
(12) 4) The analysis of the relationship about effective factors of family support level by the general characteristics of patient (sex, age, marital status, religious, education level, occupation, economic status, experience of hospitalization, care giver, the period of hospitalization, side of paralysis).
(13) Principles of community mental health stress the importance of collaboration with other care givers to resolve psychological problems.
(14) The way we talk about aid may make it sound like a gift, but for China, India, Brazil and all other aid givers, it is actually part of a long-term strategic plan that benefits the giver either directly or indirectly.
(15) It is concluded that sustained-release morphine preparations offer a safe and efficacious alternative to immediate-release analgesics and can help to improve the quality of life for the patient and care-givers.
(16) They consider the ethical implications of the practice, pointing out that whenever a doctor accepts a gift from a pharmaceutical firm or its representative, an implicit relationship between the recipient and the giver is established.
(17) The truth may be that she always enjoyed friendship more than sex; she never quite lived with anyone, though she was a heartfelt care-giver to so many.
(18) Many of the care givers complaining about their burden had their own health problems.
(19) The presence of fuel-related neurobehavioral deficits in neonates of diabetic mothers suggests that such infants start their interactions with care givers from a modified base.
(20) As care givers nurses must monitor policies and procedures that are written and make sure they are simple to read, logically written, and easy to find.
(n.) One who takes or receives in any manner.
(n.) A person appointed, ordinarily by a court, to receive, and hold in trust, money or other property which is the subject of litigation, pending the suit; a person appointed to take charge of the estate and effects of a corporation, and to do other acts necessary to winding up its affairs, in certain cases.
(n.) One who takes or buys stolen goods from a thief, knowing them to be stolen.
(n.) A vessel connected with an alembic, a retort, or the like, for receiving and condensing the product of distillation.
(n.) A vessel for receiving and containing gases.
(n.) The glass vessel in which the vacuum is produced, and the objects of experiment are put, in experiments with an air pump. Cf. Bell jar, and see Illust. of Air pump.
(n.) A vessel for receiving the exhaust steam from the high-pressure cylinder before it enters the low-pressure cylinder, in a compound engine.
(n.) A capacious vessel for receiving steam from a distant boiler, and supplying it dry to an engine.
(n.) That portion of a telephonic apparatus, or similar system, at which the message is received and made audible; -- opposed to transmitter.
(1) Combination therapy was most effective in patients receiving HCTZ prior to enalapril.
(2) Twenty-seven patients were randomized to receive either 50 mg stanozolol or placebo intramuscularly 24 h before operation, followed by a 6 week course of either 5 mg stanozolol or placebo orally, twice daily.
(3) Thirteen patients with bipolar affective illness who had received lithium therapy for 1-5 years were tested retrospectively for evidence of cortical dysfunction.
(4) The patients should have received treatment for at least seven days and they should not be "ill".
(5) Although lorazepam and haloperidol produced an equivalent mean decrease in aggression, significantly more subjects who received lorazepam had a greater decrease in aggression ratings than haloperidol recipients; this effect was independent of sedation.
(6) Arterial oxyhaemoglobin saturation (SaO2) was monitored continuously during normal labour in 33 healthy parturients receiving pethidine and nitrous oxide for analgesia.
(7) The control group received the same information in lecture form.
(8) In a double-blind, crossover-designed study, 9 male subjects (age range: 18-25 years) received 25 mg orally, four times per day of either S or an identically-appearing placebo (P) 2 d prior to and during HA.
(9) Therefore, we undertook a follow-up study on the survivors of 57 infants who received IUT's between 1966 and 1975.
(10) If Bennett were sentenced today under the new law, he likely would not receive a life sentence.
(11) Five days later, the animals were randomly assigned to one of four treatment groups: Group 1 received intracranial implantation of controlled-release polymers containing dexamethasone; Group 2 received intraperitoneal implantation of controlled-release polymers containing dexamethasone; Group 3 received serial intraperitoneal injections of dexamethasone; and Group 4 received sham treatment.
(12) In a randomized double-blind study, 40 patients with coronary heart disease received intravenously either 0.025 mg nitroglycerin or placebo.
(13) We are the generation who saw the war,, who ate bread received with ration cards.
(14) Three patients died from non-hepatic causes and another has received liver transplantation.
(15) Malondialdehyde was undetectable in cerebrospinal fluid after subarachnoid placement of agarose alone, although it was present in similar amounts in all groups that received subarachnoid placement of OxyHb.
(16) We investigated the incidence of skin cancer among patients who received high doses of PUVA to see whether such incidence increased.
(17) From 1978 to 1983 in the Orthopedic University Clinic (Oskar-Helene-Heim, Berlin) 75 children with fractures of the distal humerus received medical treatment.
(18) A Swedish news agency said it had received an email warning before the blasts in which a threat was made against Sweden's population, linked to the country's military presence in Afghanistan and the five-year-old case of caricatures of the prophet Muhammad by Swedish artist Lars Vilks.
(19) Data were collected on a sample of 131 women receiving treatment for gynecological cancer.
(20) In 2 patients who had received cadaveric renal allograft, ureteral obstruction was detected six and one-half and five and one-half years after transplantation.