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Lower respiratory tract infections in the elderly: Prognostic studies in primary care

Bont, J. (15 févr. 2008)

Lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) are among the most common diseases presented in primary care. When the general practitioner (GP) diagnoses an LRTI he or she is confronted with important clinical dilemmas concerning treatment and prognosis. Especially elderly are of importance, as the ...

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Agama, Adat, Budaya: The Dialogic Construction of Kebalian

Picard, Michel (janv. 2000)

International audience Since the incorporation of their island into the Dutch colonial empire, the Balinese have engaged into a dialogic construction of their identity - what they call Kebalian - in terms of agama, adat and budaya. Far from expressing a primordial essence, as they would have it, ...

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Reducing bottlenecks: Professionals' and adolescents' experiences with transitional care delivery

Nieboer, Anna et al. (31 janv. 2014)

textabstractBackground: The purpose of this study was to describe the interventions implemented in a quality improvement programme to improve transitional care and evaluate its effectiveness in reducing bottlenecks as perceived by professionals and improving chronically ill adolescents' experiences ...

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Looking for interaction: Quantitative measurement of research utilization by Dutch local health officials

Goede, Joyce et al. (13 mars 2012)

textabstractBackground: In the Netherlands, local authorities are required by law to develop local health memoranda, based on epidemiological analyses. The purpose of this study was to assess the actual use of these epidemiological reports by municipal health officials and associated factors that ...

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The architectural representation of Islam: muslim-commissioned mosque design in the Netherlands

Roose, Eric Reinier (6 mai 2009)

This book is a study of Dutch mosque designs, objects of heated public debate. Until now, studies of diaspora mosque designs have largely consisted of normative architectural critiques that reject the ubiquitous ‘domes and minarets’ as hampering further Islamic-architectural evolution. The ...

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Ontwikkeling van uitloogproeven voor minerale olie. Ontwikkelingsonderzoek

Broekman MH et al. (31 mai 1996)

Within the framework of the Terms of Reference Plan for normalization commission 390 11 on 'Leaching characteristics of building and waste materials', a set of leaching tests for various organic compounds has to be developed. This document contains results of investigations performed for the ...

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Samplelist of the Cicar (Cooperative Investigations in the Caribbean and Adjacent Regions) cruises 1970 – 1972

Spoel, van der, S. et al. (1974)

The Royal Dutch Navy participated in the cruises of the Cooperative Investigations in the Caribbean and Adjacent Regions (Cicar) from 1970 up to 1973 with H.Nl.M.S. “Luymes” and made 39 cruises. For general information on these cruises and preliminary results one is referred to the titles in the ...

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Waste to Energy: The Waste Incineration Directive and its Implementation in the Netherlands

Duman, Murat et al. (2007)

Essent operates a coal-fired power plant, called AC-9, in Geertruidenberg. A gasifier connected to AC-9 thermally treats waste wood through gasification. The waste wood Essent used is demolition and construction wood, the so-called B-wood. The gas produced through gasification is fed into the ...

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The Dutch secret: how to provide safe drinking water without chlorine in the Netherlands

Smeets, P.W.M.H. et al. (16 mars 2009)

The Netherlands is one of the few countries where chlorine is not used at all, neither for primary disinfection nor to maintain a residual disinfectant in the distribution network. The Dutch approach that allows production and distribution of drinking water without the use of chlorine while not ...

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