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, Volume 128, Issue 2, pp 27–29 | Cite as

Preoperatieve Voedingszor: De rol van de verpleegkundige

  • Getty Huisman-de Waal
  • Harm van Noort
  • Hester Vermeulen
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De voedingstoestand van een patiënt is een belangrijke factor voor succesvol herstel na een chirurgische ingreep: 1 ondervoeding beïnvloedt het herstel negatief. 2 Verpleegkundigen spelen een grote rol in het verbeteren van de preoperatieve voedingszorg. Drie lopende voedingsstudies geven inzicht in taken en ervaringen.

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  • Getty Huisman-de Waal
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  • Harm van Noort
    • 1
  • Hester Vermeulen
    • 1
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