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Respiratieapparaat

  • A.A. Stokhof
  • A.J. Venker-van Haagen

Abstract

Indien het ziftende onderzoek heeft geleid tot een probleemformulering en een diagnostisch plan dat onderzoek van (delen van) het respiratieapparaat omvat, wordt begonnen met een verdere toespitsing van de anamnese. De tweede stap zou de observatie van adembewegingen kunnen zijn, wat echter meestal reeds bij het algemeen onderzoek zal hebben plaatsgevonden.

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, Houten 2005

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  • A.A. Stokhof
  • A.J. Venker-van Haagen

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