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practitioner

(prak-tish'i-ner)
One who has met the professional and legal requirements necessary to provide a health care service, such as a nurse, dentist, dental hygientist, or physical therapist.

acute care nurse practitioner

An advanced-practice nurse who is credentialed to manage the care of select patient groups that have acute and specialized health care needs. Acute care nurse practitioners practice in hospitals and in community care settings.

adult nurse practitioner

Abbreviation: ANP
A nurse practitioner credentialed to care for people over 18 years of age.

advanced nurse practitioner

An umbrella term for the following health care professionals: certified nurse-midwife, certified registered nurse anesthetist, clinical nurse specialist, and nurse practitioner.

emergency room practitioner

A nurse certified in the area of urgent care, who possesses skills in triage and the knowledge to meet the emergent needs of clients.

family nurse practitioner

Abbreviation: FNP
A nurse practitioner who has been educated and credentialed to care for people across the lifespan. Family nurse practitioners hold a graduate nursing degree. They practice autonomously and in collaboration with other health care professionals to assess, diagnose, treat, and manage a patient’s health problems and needs. They teach and counsel individuals and families and serve as researchers, consultants, and patient advocates.
See: adult nurse practitioner

geriatric nurse practitioner

Abbreviation: GNP
An advanced practice registered nurse with a graduate specialty degree in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of acute and chronic conditions commonly found among older adults and generally associated with aging. Generally GNPs are required to have specialty certification by a nationally recognized credentialing organization. The functions of the GNP are defined by individualized scope of practice and collaborative agreements with physicians and other health-care providers based on state nurse practice acts and experience, education, knowledge, and abilities.
Synonym: gerontologic nurse practitioner

gerontologic nurse practitioner

Geriatric nurse practitioner

mid-level practitioner

Mid-level provider.

nurse practitioner

See: nurse

pediatric nurse practitioner

A certified nurse who focuses on the common acute and chronic illnesses experienced by children and adolescents. The pediatric nurse practitioner integrates concepts of growth and development in assessing health care needs.

geriatric nurse practitioner

Abbreviation: GNP
An advanced practice registered nurse with a graduate specialty degree in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of acute and chronic conditions commonly found among older adults and generally associated with aging. Generally GNPs are required to have specialty certification by a nationally recognized credentialing organization. The functions of the GNP are defined by individualized scope of practice and collaborative agreements with physicians and other health-care providers based on state nurse practice acts and experience, education, knowledge, and abilities.
Synonym: gerontologic nurse practitioner
See also: practitioner
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To prepare GNPs/ Nyl 6,6 nanocomposite, the known amount of GNPs and formic acid (5 mL) were taken in beaker and stirred for 10 min.
At first the PP granules and all the GNPs were dried in a vacuum oven at 60[degrees]C for 24 h to remove moisture from the materials.
Figure 3(b) shows that PL intensity gradually decayed with the increased amount of GNPs per ml in NLCs.
BOE: Buffered oxide etchant FAGRR: Fluoride-assisted galvanic replacement reaction GNPs: Gold nanoparticles GNP/Si: GNP-deposited Si LSPR: Localized surface plasmon resonance MacEtch: Metal-assisted chemical etching.
multiflora extract, and then the apoptotic effects of capped GNPs with medical plant extract against cervical carcinoma HeLa cells were studied.
As illustrated in figure 1A & 1B, GNPs, both the absence and the presence of light, resulted in a dose-dependent decrease in cell viability of A431 and fibroblast cells.
Morphological inspection of treated and untreated as-received GNPs used in this study is done by using the transmission electron microscopy (TEM) model Zeiss Libra 200 FE at 100 000x magnifications and field-emission electron microscopy (FESEM) model Hitachi SU8000 at 2000x magnification and 2.0kV accelerating voltage.
However, our study provides a single-step approach towards controlling the size of GNPs in an ecofriendly approach by feasible modulation of pH of the fungal ECF.
As a primary care provider, the gerontological nurse practitioner (GNP) is the initial and ongoing contact who promotes the optimal health of a resident, manages acute minor illnesses and stable chronic diseases, and coordinates the interdisciplinary care team and specialists, as necessary.
At present, most third-party payers do not reimburse for patient care services delivered by GNPs working as nursing home employees.