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Bedside visits by a physician—or other health professional—to evaluate treatment, assess current course and document the patient’s progress or recuperation
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rounds

Medtalk Bedside visits by a physician–or other health professional, to evaluate treatment, assess current course and document the Pt's progress or recuperation. See Grounds rounds, Plate rounds, Professorial rounds, Protease inhibitor rounds, Round, SOAP. Cf Grand rounds.
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THE second round of the USPGA Championship saw two of this year's Major winners take the Oak Hill course by the scruff of the neck to lead the field after the morning rounds were completed, writes Ian Wilkerson.
A doctor of psychology was doing his normal morning rounds when he entered a patient's room.
On her morning rounds, Davis said she expected her Republican colleagues to "try to be a little bit smarter" with their approach to passing abortion restrictions in the special session, following her 11-hour filibuster on Tuesday.
Skelton and Ben Maher, on Tripple X III, both jumped smoothly in their morning rounds to be among 32 riders who went clear.
Based on real clinical scenarios, the 40 cases in this review are meant to mimic the morning rounds those studying for obstetrics written and oral boards might encounter.
After the three morning rounds, Sir Henry Morgan PC took the lead and proved to be too strong for any of the other team conceding only four points in any one game.
A POSTMAN has claimed he saw a black panther-like beast strolling the streets of Coventry during his morning rounds.
Also making a move up the leaderboard were British duo Nick Dougherty (70) and Simon Griffiths (66), who were tied for fourth on eight under after their morning rounds.
Out on the course early, Hend made light of a hot, swirling north wind for his 67 which left him well clear of more fancied rivals such as Stuart Appleby (74), John Daly (76) and three-time Masters champion Craig Parry (76), all of whom also completed morning rounds.
Their morning rounds of 76 however had given them too much to do and Wynn's 71 gave him a total of 145.
The Llangollen team of Kingsley and Gareth Evans, Wood, Partridge and Jeremy Hughes took the team prize with a total of 303 for the best four morning rounds.
While lack of pain control attributed to lack of sleep for some patients, other factors such as noise, lighting and early morning rounds also kept patients from sleeping.