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Therapie

  • E. Steil
  • L. Sieverding
  • J. Apitz
  • F. Kuhn-Regnier
  • E. R. de Vivie
  • J. Breuer
  • W. Baden
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Zusammenfassung

Ziel jeder nichtchirurgischen kardialen Therapie ist die Wiederherstellung und Aufrechterhaltung eines ausgewogenen Verhältnisses zwischen dem Bedarf der Organe an Energieträgern und Sauerstoff und der Pumpleistung des Herzens. Dabei muß stets die Notwendigkeit der Erhaltung einer Leistungsreserve des Herzens für situativ erforderliche Mehrbeanspruchungen (Verbrauchssteigerung bei Streß, körperlicher Belastung, fieberhaften Erkrankungen) berücksichtigt werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Steil
  • L. Sieverding
  • J. Apitz
  • F. Kuhn-Regnier
  • E. R. de Vivie
  • J. Breuer
  • W. Baden

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