Elektrolythaushalt und Ernährung

  • E. Keller
  • W. Reeker


Störungen des Wasser- und Elektrolythaushalts treten in der neurologischen Intensivmedizin besonders häufig auf. Das pathophysiologische Verständnis ist für die Differentialdiagnose und die richtige Therapie der Elektrolytstörung von größter Bedeutung.


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