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Geschichte der interventionellen Kardiologie: Die Entwicklung in der Schweiz

  • W. Rutishauser

Zusammenfassung

Die Herzchirurgie hat von jeher den kürzesten Weg zum erkrankten Organ durch größere oder kleinere Schnitte quer durch die Gewebe zum Operationsfeld gesucht. Demgegenüber folgt die interventionelle Behandlung den natürlichen Wegen zum Herzen (Venen und Arterien) durch Verwendung von an Kathetern angebrachten besonderen Vorrichtungen und Instrumenten.

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