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Nursing

, Volume 24, Issue 7–8, pp 47–53 | Cite as

Aanprikken poortkatheter

Nursing Challenge

Samenvatting

Hoe prik je een poortkatheter aan en spoel je hem door? We brengen de techniek stap voor stap in beeld.

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  • Els Put
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