【活用句型】 → You can get another prescription. 您可以再拿一張處方簽。 → You can get some pain medication anytime you want it. 您隨時都可以拿一些止痛藥。 → You can get a test to see if you are immune to hepatitis B. 您可以做個檢查，看是不是對B肝炎免疫。 → You can get a referral to a physical therapist. 您可以轉診給物理治療師。 → The pharmacy is in the basement. 藥局在地下層。 → I need to get a vaccination. 我需要打預防針。 → I think I must have flu. 我覺得我一定得了流感了。
Doctors have helped sick and injured patients for thousands of years. They have also had assistants. Those were the first nurses. However, those nurses had very little formal training. Most of them belonged to religious institutions and were monks or nuns. Modern nursing did not begin until the nineteenth century. During that time, war began to change. Because of modern weapons, large numbers of soldiers were wounded. These men often had no one to help them get better. Women such as Florence Nightingale and Clara Barton started taking care of those injured soldiers. They were the first modern nurses.
As medical knowledge improved, nurses learned as well. They became able to take care of their patients better than ever. That allowed them to nurse their patients back to good health. In fact, that is why they are called nurses: because they nurse, or take care of, their patients and help them get better.