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floating

 [flōt´ing]
the temporary assignment of a nurse to a different patient care unit from the usual assignment.

float·ing

(flōt'ing),
1. Free or unattached.
2. Unduly movable; out of the normal position; denoting an occasional abnormal condition of certain organs (for example, kidneys, liver, spleen).

floating

(flō′tĭng)
adj.
1. Buoyed on or suspended in or as if in a fluid.
2. Not secured in place; unattached.
3. Of or relating to an organ of the body that is movable or out of normal position: a floating kidney.

float·ing

(flōt'ing)
1. Free or unattached.
2. Unduly movable; out of the normal position; denoting an occasional abnormal condition of certain organs (e.g., kidneys, liver, spleen).

Patient discussion about floating

Q. Hey bipolar people. how are you doing?? I'm floating- guess that's the best way to put it... I'm glad you all are here so I can share with you. I feel like I'm out of a serious accident or after war, not sure who won... not feeling bad anymore, not as lost as before but a bit woozzy... how are you guyss doing today?

A. I am glad you hear you are feeling better today Zorba! Continue to be aware of your moods to ensure they don't swing into a mania. I hope you are able to remain leveled. Thanks for sharing!

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