babysitter


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A person, often a family member, who stays by the bedside of a patient of any age who requires mechanical ventilation, and guards for equipment malfunctions or other problems

babysitter

 A person, often an intelligent family member, who stays by the bedside of a Pt requiring mechanical ventilation, and guards for equipment malfunctions or other problems
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Prosecutors accused the babysitter of carelessness.
It means I've never used babysitters much and it drives my husband mad because we've barely been out on our own since he was about two.
The babysitters are running the baby care centres under the shade of a single makeshift tent where about 20 to 30 children are housed together between the ages of 1 to 3 years, while their mothers toil in the tea gardens.
I would also suggest asking the babysitter to come an hour or so before you are planning to leave and arrange beforehand a fun activity for the children to do with the babysitter.
The woman challenged the babysitter who denied anything happened but claimed he may have touched her accidentally.
A man described as an 'evil monster' was yesterday given four life sentences for killing a pregnant mother, her two young children and their babysitter in an arson attack on their home.
TWO children and their babysitter escaped from a smoke-filled house in Nuneaton last night.
In White, the Court upheld the admissibility of out-of-court statements made by a child sexual assault victim to her babysitter, her mother, the police, and medical personnel who treated her.
45pm Jonah Hill, left, heads the cast of this comedy about a babysitter whose night spirals out of control.
July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- For some parents, just leaving the kids with a babysitter or nanny can be a nerve-racking experience.