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Anästhesie bei Diabetes mellitus

  • T. Brüssel
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Part of the Refresher Course Aktuelles Wissen für Anästhesisten book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 21)

Zusammenfassung

Die Inzidenz des Diabetes mellitus liegt in der Bevölkerung entwickelter Länder bei 2,5–5%. Damit ist der Diabetes mellitus die häufigste aller endokrinen Erkrankungen. Kenntnisse um die Probleme und Komplikationsmöglichkeiten des Diabetes sind daher für den klinisch tätigen Anästhesisten unabdingbar. In diesem Refresher-Course wird zu Beginn die Insulinhomostase und die Wirkung von Insulin sowie die beiden klinischen Erscheinungsformen des Diabetes beschrieben. Dann werden die für den Anästhesisten bedeutenden Organveränderungen (Herz/Kreislauf, Niere, ZNS) dargestellt und schließlich Schemen zum perioperativen Management von Patienten mit dieser wichtigen Endokrinopathie wiedergegeben.

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