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10 Toiletgang

  • Will Somers

Samenvatting

Een belangrijke taak binnen de zorgverlening is de coördinatie van de dagelijkse toiletgang en het managen van de mictie en defecatie. De uitscheiding is voor veel mensen een speciale en privacygevoelige activiteit, die onder normale omstandigheden meerdere malen per dag moet worden uitgevoerd en die essentieel is voor het onderhouden van onze gezondheid.

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