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Openhartig

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Fotograaf Misc.
Formaat 26x21
Pagina's 184
Afwerking Hardcover
Taal Dutch
ISBN 978-90-5856-152-7

Openhartig

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Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution. Uncertainty and anxiety often hamper the preparation and recovery of a heart operation. That’s why Dr. Rocher, supported by the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Hartpatiënten (Flemish Association for Heart Patients), the initiative to make this patient book ‘Openhartig’ (‘Heart-to-heart’). The book is based on the experiences of a heart patient and has been completed with information by professionals. The author, Johan Van der Bracht, has been sympathetic to this subject. He underwent a heart operation twice and tells his story. Furthermore he also talks about the problems of the patient and the contact problems with the doctors. He explains how the heart and the blood circulation works, what can go wrong and wich solutions there are. Furthermore he also talkes about the past history, which brings the facts of today in a broader perspective. He describes a heart operation from a layman’s view and gives tips about an adapted way of life, food and exercise. Anyone who wants the more technical explanations can read the inserted articles, that elaborate on different subjects. Fifty specialists (cardio surgeons, cardiologists, anaesthesis, radiologist, physical therapists, nurses and so on) each give a specific contribution.
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