Translation: from spanish

at the bedside

  • 1 junto a la cama

    = by the bedside, at the bedside
    Ex. Included in the portrait is Saltonstall's second wife, sitting by the bedside with the newest child, symbolizing the inclusive unity of the family.
    Ex. In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.
    * * *
    = by the bedside, at the bedside

    Ex: Included in the portrait is Saltonstall's second wife, sitting by the bedside with the newest child, symbolizing the inclusive unity of the family.

    Ex: In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.

    Spanish-English dictionary > junto a la cama

  • 2 en el hospital

    Ex. In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.
    * * *

    Ex: In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el hospital

  • 3 junto al paciente

    Ex. In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.
    * * *

    Ex: In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.

    Spanish-English dictionary > junto al paciente

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