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space by the side of a bed (especially the bed of a sick or dying person)
"the doctor stood at her bedside"
To the side of one's bed
Bedside is a 1934 American pre-Code drama film starring Warren William, Jean Muir and Allen Jenkins.
the side of a bed
The numerical value of bedside in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of bedside in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of bedside in a Sentence
I have had patients in my practice in the emergency room that I have walked in on that are actually vaping at the bedside, ...Someone could be sitting in their room in the emergency room and they could be vaping in between being seen by medical professionals, and we would have no idea what they are taking.
We never dreamed we could have a PCR test that could be done anywhere but a lab, now we can do them at a patient's bedside in rural Oklahoma. That could help us with rapid testing for other diseases.
As frustrating as it was to be a nurse, now that I'm not at the bedside I'm feeling a bit guilty. I'm working in an office, my husband gets a little stir crazy, and the baby wants to go places. But there's nothing more important than protecting us.
I have very good bedside manner from all the years on the streets, it's like playing sports. You don't have time to think. You act and react.
We had to let him pass on, he was severely brain-damaged and the doctors told us he would never recuperate, that it wasn’t even really him anymore. I was at his bedside for three weeks. We are utterly devastated, and we will never get over it.
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- lecto astitisseLatin
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