care of the sick

care of the sick

(in public health nursing) the care of ill patients in their homes, as distinguished from health supervision. Public health nursing agencies are reimbursed for the nursing services rendered by the nurses according to the kind of service rendered, such as a sick visit or a health supervision visit. Compare health supervision.

Patient discussion about care of the sick

Q. How should i take care of morning sickness? i mean i am getting sick :) of that , the same thing every day Any Ideas ? someone ?

A. :) , when my wife was pregnant she also had morning sickness. this made her a very edgy person... so i looked for solutions that might help her (and me!). here is something i found useful: Causes

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References in classic literature ?
And would you not recognize a third class, such as gymnastic, and the care of the sick, and the physician's art; also the various ways of money-making--these do us good but we regard them as disagreeable; and no one would choose them for their own sakes, but only for the sake of some reward or result which flows from them?
Some of us must stay here, and take care of the sick.
Her hands were soon sadly blistered, but she struggled bravely on, and in addition doing the cooking and taking care of the sick man.
1) equipment revenue for the care of the sick (4 Unit)
These young people excelled themselves in their care of the sick, pushing wheelchairs and sick beds up and down to the grotto always with a smile on their faces.
By listening carefully to the proponents of universal care, it becomes clear that "universal healthcare" is code for "uniform healthcare," not "optimum care of the sick.
care of the sick, care of the handicapped, child care, and so on.
For all the priests of Toronto, the spiritual care of the sick and dying, and of course the dead, who had to be buried, became an overwhelming work.
Another key element is an inclusive approach, which not only considers the prevention of HIV but also encompasses care of the sick and efforts to reduce stigma and discrimination against those with infection.
While some Europeans had immunities from previous outbreaks, smallpox that hit an Indian village infected everyone simultaneously, leaving no one to hunt or cook or take care of the sick.
These highly structured societies took care of the sick and elderly, cultivated land according to ecological principles and had a humane approach to animal husbandry.
In practice, however, the book became a sampler of the entire project, with chapters on diet, fevers, care of the sick, bloodletting, purgation, regimen while taking medications, misconceptions about physiology and illnesses, and abilities and failings of physicians.