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Langzeitprognose des kritisch-kranken Intensivpatienten

  • V. Zumtobel
  • S. Hentsch
  • E. Kollig
Conference paper
Part of the Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie book series (DTGESCHIR, volume 1996)

Zusammenfassung

In einer retrospektiven Analyse der Jahre 1984–1994 wurden die Überlebensraten von 380 kritisch-kranken (>10 Tage Intensivbehandlung, >3 Tage maschinelle Beatmung) viszeralchirurgischen Intensivpatienten bis ein Jahr nach der Klinikentlassung untersucht. Die Intensivbehandlungsphase überlebten 57%, die Entlassung aus der Klinik 54% und das erste Jahr nach der Entlassung 44%. Krankheitsorientierte Untergruppen zeigten nur ganz geringe Abweichungen vom Gesamtkollektiv. Von den Überlebenden gaben 28% psychische Störungen für 6–12 Monate, 7% funktionelle Einschränkungen und 3% anhaltende Schmerzzustände als Folgen der Intensivbehandlung an.

Schlüsselwörter

Langzeitprognose kritisch-kranker Intensivpatient Viszeralchirurgie Lebensqualität 

Long Term Outcome of Critically Ill Intensive Care Patients

Summary

The survival rates of 380 critically ill intensive care patients (>10 days intensive care, > 3 days mechanical ventilatory support) after gastrointestinal surgery were examined over 1 year following hospital discharge in a retrospective analysis of the years 1984–1994. Of the patients 57% survived intensive care medicine, 54% were discharged from hospital and 44% were still alive 1 year after discharge. Little difference was found between subgroups of gastrointestinal pathology. Of the survivors 28% had psychological problems in the first 6–12 months, 7% showed functional disorders and 3% showed prolonged periods of pain due to intensive therapy.

Key words

Long term outcome critically ill intensive care patients gastrointestinal surgery quality of life 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. Zumtobel
    • 1
  • S. Hentsch
    • 1
  • E. Kollig
    • 1
  1. 1.Chirurgische KlinikRuhr-Universität St. Josef-HospitalBochumDeutschland

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