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Diagnostiek van voedingsproblemen bij baby’s en jonge kinderen

augustus 2001
  • H.F.M. Peters
  • R. Bastiaanse
  • J. Van Borsel
  • K. Jansonius-Schultheiss
  • Sj. Van der Meulen
  • B.J.E. Mondelaers
Chapter

Samenvatting

Het kiezen van het juiste diagnostisch instrument bij een voedingsprobleem is zeer belangrijk, omdat correcte diagnose hiervan de basis is voor elke vorm van behandeling (Sonies, 1994). Er zijn vele technisch–diagnostische tests en procedures in omloop voor kinderen met voedingsproblemen. De logopedist moet op de hoogte zijn van alle mogelijke diagnostische tests en de voor– en nadelen ervan, deze kunnen interpreteren en de uitslag integreren in de evaluatie van de voeding.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H.F.M. Peters
  • R. Bastiaanse
  • J. Van Borsel
  • K. Jansonius-Schultheiss
  • Sj. Van der Meulen
  • B.J.E. Mondelaers

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