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Beatmungstechniken in der Thoraxchirurgie

  • K. Wiedemann
  • M. Layer
  • C. Männle
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Part of the Refresher Course Aktuelles Wissen für Anästhesisten book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 21)

Zusammenfassung

In der Thoraxchirurgie, sei es bei Eingriffen am Lungenparenchym, an den großen Luftwegen oder den extrakardialen Thoraxorganen, wird das chirurgische Vorhaben selbst erst durch unmittelbare oder mittelbare Einwirkung auf die Organe des Gaswechsels durchführbar. Damit ist eine wesentliche Aufgabe des Anästhesisten, die Sicherung dieser vitalen Funktion nur durch Einsatz besonderer Techniken zu erfüllen. Gegenüber der Bedeutung von Luftwegskontrolle und Beatmungsverfahren treten die Aspekte der Narkoseführung in den Hitergrund (Tabelle 1).

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  • K. Wiedemann
  • M. Layer
  • C. Männle

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