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Tijdschrift voor VerpleeghuisGeneeskunde

, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 132–137 | Cite as

Geriatrische revalidatie

Een verkenning van de literatuur
  • Jan Visschedijk
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Abstract Geriatric rehabilitation – an exploration of recent literature

Geriatric rehabilitation is a relative new field in geriatrics, for which a real ‘state of the art’ still has to be developed. In order to get an impression of the current state of affairs recent literature was explored. In this article the results of this study will be presented. The specific features of geriatric rehabilitation will be emphasised and the rehabilitation process will be discussed, together with factors that influence this process. Finally, the article makes some suggestions for further research and gives recommendations that can be derived from recent publications.

Keywords: geriatric rehabilitation, literature-study, frailty

Samenvatting

Geriatrische revalidatie is een relatief nieuw aandachtsgebied binnen de verpleeghuisgeneeskunde. Het leggen van een gedegen fundament voor een ‘state of the art’ is dan ook nog volop in ontwikkeling. Om een indruk te krijgen van huidige stand van zaken werd de recente literatuur verkend.

In dit artikel worden de resultaten van de literatuurstudie beschreven. De specifieke kenmerken van geriatrische revalidatie worden benadrukt. Tevens wordt ingegaan op het geriatrische revalidatieproces en factoren die dit proces beïnvloeden.Tenslotte wordt aangegeven op welke gebieden verder onderzoek noodzakelijk is, en worden enkele aanbevelingen gedaan die uit de literatuur kunnen worden afgeleid.

Trefwoorden: geriatrische revalidatie, literatuurstudie, frailty

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