registered nurse

  1. a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration
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  • Physician assistants and advanced registered nurse practitioners may not dictate verbal orders for inpatient medication orders.
  • Simply put, I won't let a simple doctor within cooee of me with a needle, but I can let Pathologists and anesthetists do it - if stretched, a registered nurse. Trypanophobia: Needle Phobia, fencing and my blood work
  • As hospitals employ fewer registered nurses, nursing is losing some of its luster as a profession.
  • I am a registered nurse and I have some working knowledge that the atrium produces a peptide that causes diuresis. Dr. Blog « BuzzMachine
  • I'm not entirely sure why "nursing" and "registered nurse" (the two are identical, unless we're talking CRNA or some subspeciality) are listed, but not physicians. Stories / Popular
  • Borlaza's sister, Vie, who was said to be a registered nurse, was also put on the staff.
  • Pauline was formerly a registered nurse and registered midwife and later a secondary schoolteacher.
  • Many health authorities employ a continence adviser who is a registered nurse with further training in managing incontinence.
  • Registered nurse Carla Boniface and her daughter, who were picking tuatua, heard the commotion just as the tide had turned to come in. New Zealand Herald - Top Stories
  • Nursing service administrators are usually chosen from among supervisory registered nurses with administrative abilities and a graduate degree in nursing administration.
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