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  • NVMO-commissie BOM
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  • 14-3-2004
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  • 14-3-2004
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  • Medische Oncologie

Toevoeging van aprepitant aan 5HT3/dexamethason bij hoog emetogene chemotherapie

Op grond van de thans ter beschikking staande resultaten kan worden aanbevolen aprepitant vanaf de eerste kuur hoog emetogene chemotherapie toe te voegen aan een 5HT3- antagonist- plus dexamethasoncombinatie.

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