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Delir in der Kardiochirurgie

  • U. E. Bartels
Perioperative Medizin
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Zusammenfassung

Das postoperative Delir stellt ein weitverbreitetes Problem in der perioperativen Versorgung kardiochirurgischer Patienten dar. Aktuellen Publikationen folgend, erleiden über 50 % der Patienten ein postoperatives Delir nach herzchirurgischen Eingriffen. Trotz jahrelanger Forschungen sind weder der Pathomechanismus noch effektive Therapieansätze zur Verhinderung eines Delirs abschließend verstanden. Für die behandelnden Ärzte und das betreuende Personal ist daher aktuelles Wissen zu diesem Themenbereich essenziell.

Schlüsselwörter

Intensivtherapiestationen Herzchirurgische Prozeduren Screening Risikofaktoren Patientenbehandlungsbündel 

Delirium in cardiac surgery

Abstract

Postoperative delirium is a widespread problem in the perioperative care of cardiac surgery patients. According to the currently available data more than 50% of patients develop postoperative delirium after cardiac surgery. Despite many years of research neither the pathophysiology nor effective strategies to avoid delirium are completely understood. For the treating physicians and nursing personnel up to date knowledge on this issue is therefore essential.

Keywords

Intensive care units Cardiac surgical procedures Screening Risk factors Patient care bundles 

Notes

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Klinik für Anästhesie und Operative IntensivmedizinWestküstenkliniken Brunsbüttel und Heide gGmbHHeideDeutschland

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