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Spezifische Infektionen

  • A. Cerny
  • E. Bernasconi
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Zusammenfassung

Die Tuberkulose ist die weltweit häufigste infektionsbedingte Todesursache und führt nur selten zur Aufnahme auf der Intensivstation. Hauptgründe für eine Intensivtherapie sind eine respiratorische Insuffizienz, Thoraxeingriffe, fortgeschrittene Tbc-Meningitis, tuberkulöse Perikarditis, Nebenwirkungen von Tuberkulostatika und eine tuberkuloseassoziierte Addisonkrise [11].

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