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staff

 [staf]
1. a wooden rod or rodlike structure.
2. a grooved director used as a guide for the knife in lithotomy.
3. the professional personnel of a health care facility or agency.
staff of Aesculapius see aesculapius.
attending staff the corps of attending physicians and surgeons of a hospital.
consulting staff specialists associated with a hospital and acting in an advisory capacity to the attending staff.
house staff the resident physicians and surgeons of a hospital.
staff mix a term in the nursing minimum data set, defined as the combination of all caregivers participating in nursing care for an individual patient or client.

house staff

physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for the patients under the direction and supervision of the attending staff.

house staff

n.
The physicians in specialty training at a hospital who care for patients under the direction and responsibility of attending physicians.

house staff

the interns and residents who are employed at a hospital while receiving additional training after graduation from medical college.
The body of physicians and other health care providers who participate in patient management within the hospital

house staff

Medical practice The body of physicians and other health care providers who participate in Pt management within the hospital. See Hospital-based physician, House physician, Medical staff, RAPER.

house staff

(hows staf)
Physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for the patients under the direction and responsibility of the attending staff.

house staff

(hows staf)
Physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for the patients under the direction and supervision of the attending staff.
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During the course of 1 year, the clinical pathology house staff reviewed a total of 1207 microbiologic send-out test requisitions (Table 1).
Anxiety was more likely to be treated, and seven of the patients flagged by the house staff were started on benzodiazepines.
Hult and Walcott begin the analysis with Nixon's White House, arguing convincingly that it signifies a qualitative break with previous presidents' staffing patterns, and in fact serves as the prototype for subsequent White House staffs.
Nutritional assessment showed that roughly two-thirds of the house staff had a total vitamin D intake below the Reference Daily Intake of 400 IU/day.
This study showed that in the 35 cases cared for by NNPs, in collaboration with neonatoologists, neonates received care equal in quality to the 35 matched cases cared for by medical house staff at lower cost with greater continuity and consistency.
For the media, for the Republicans, and even for some faceless but prominent members of the White House staff, Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a particular target in the Whitewater Affair.
358) and director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy, the White House staff is keeping mum and offering only that lists of names are forming.
White House Staff Attempt to Hide Interactions with Lobbyists by Using Personal Email Accounts and Holding Off-Campus Meetings
His White House staff has been tweeting on his behalf until yesterday.
She draws on personal interviews with White House staff and Washington insiders to show that Bush and Cheney acted as co-presidents, with Bush focused on building his vision of a moral and civil society, and Cheney in charge of business, foreign policy, and national security.