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Anästhesiemethoden und -beatmung bei Patienten mit präoperativ eingeschränkter Lungenfunktion

  • K. Falke
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 12)

Zusammenfassung

Jede größere Operation führt zu einer Einschränkung der pulmonalen Mechanik und des Gasaustausches. Es liegt nahe, daß das für den Patienten mit präoperativ eingeschränkter Lungenfunktion ein besonderes Risiko bedeutet.

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