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5 Neuro-acute zorg

  • Marria Wester
  • Daphna Hoefnagel
  • Jan Kuks

Samenvatting

Alle organen in het lichaam zijn voor een goede functie afhankelijk van voldoende toevoer van zuurstof en voedingsstoffen. Het centrale zenuwstelsel (CZS) vormt hierop geen uitzondering. Dat is de reden dat bij een noodsituatie allereerst aandacht wordt besteed aan de ‘vitale functies’ ademhaling en bloedcirculatie.

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  • Marria Wester
  • Daphna Hoefnagel
  • Jan Kuks

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