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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.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Sir Patrick turned from the rows of eager faces all round him to his friend the surgeon.
He looked round the broad ashen path on which the race was to be run, conscious that he had a secret interest in it which it was unutterably repugnant to him to feel.
"Where was I?--My head's still goin' round I guess.
You yachtsmen with your wands, who think we are all there to gaze on you, your ships are only accidents of this place, and were they all to be boarded and sunk by the ducks the real business of the Round Pond would be carried on as usual.
We have also decided that the paths make themselves because it is their only chance of getting to the Round Pond.
'Then hand round the plum-cake, Monster,' the Lion said, lying down and putting his chin on this paws.
'Why, I beat you all round the town, you chicken!' the Lion replied angrily, half getting up as he spoke.
But, when I had paid for about a dozen chickens that he had killed; and had dragged him, growling and kicking, by the scruff of his neck, out of a hundred and fourteen street fights; and had had a dead cat brought round for my inspection by an irate female, who called me a murderer; and had been summoned by the man next door but one for having a ferocious dog at large, that had kept him pinned up in his own tool-shed, afraid to venture his nose outside the door for over two hours on a cold night; and had learned that the gardener, unknown to myself, had won thirty shillings by backing him to kill rats against time, then I began to think that maybe they'd let him remain on earth for a bit longer, after all.
I was assured that vast numbers of little round stones, of various colours, each with a small cylindrical hole, are found there.
He was so small that he could not reach up to the branches of the tree, and he was wandering all round it, crying bitterly.
The Dodger and Master Bates, unwilling to attract public attention by running down the open street, had merely retured into the very first doorway round the corner.
His soft voice was saying over and over again those pretty things she had heard in the wood; his arm was round her, and the delicate rose-scent of his hair was with her still.