Systematische Beobachtungen am Patienten

  • Sabine MangoldEmail author


Im Vergleich zur reflektierten Praxis des vorhergehenden Kapitels bieten systematische Beobachtungen am Patienten die Möglichkeit, objektivere Daten zu sammeln.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Clinical and Regulatory Affairs Acrostak (Schweiz) AGWinterthurSchweiz

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