Die Intravenöse Ernährung bei Verbrennungen

  • S.-O. Liljedahl
Part of the Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation book series (A+I, volume 103)

Zusammenfassung

Es gibt kein anderes Trauma, das eine so intensive Erhöhung des Stoffwechsels zur Folge hat wie ein ausgebreiteter Verbrennungsschaden. Der Grund dafür steht noch nicht völlig fest, doch mehrere Faktoren, die dazu beitragen, werden nachstehend erörtert. KINNEY et al. (5) haben eine Zusammenstellung der Veränderungen im Sauerstoffverbrauch nach verschiedenen Formen von Traumen erstellt. Patienten mit multiplen Brüchen oder Peritonitis erhöhen ihren Sauerstoffverbrauch um ca. 50%, während 3o%ige Verbrennungsschäden eine Erhöhung um ca. 70% und 5o%ige Schäden über 1oo%ige Erhöhung des SauerstoffVerbrauchs zur Folge haben.

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