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Vegetative Krisen

  • G. F. Hamann
  • M. Stoll

Zusammenfassung

Das sog. autonome oder vegetative Nervensystem spielt bei Intensivpatienten allgemein und bei neurologischen Patienten im besonderen eine wesentliche Rolle, da es an der Aufrechterhaltung der körpereigenen Homöostase entscheidend mitwirkt. Wesentliche Körperbereiche mit vegetativer Steuerung sind Herzfunktion (Frequenz, Kontraktilität und Auswurfleistung), Blutdruck, Blutverteilung, Gefäßtonus, Atmung (Frequenz, Tiefe und Rhythmik), Magen-Darm-Trakt (Peristaltik, Entleerungsreflexe und Sekretion), Blasen- und Sexualfunktion.

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