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Die Regionalanästhesie im Kindesalter

  • Von O. Schulte-Steinberg
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 18)

Zusammenfassung

Die Regionalanasthesie im Kindesalter wurde schon immer mit großer Zurückhaltung betrachtet und das wahl aus offensichtlichen Grtinden. Trotzdem wurde die erste Spinalanasthesie am Kind 1908 bereits von GREY beschrieben. 1920 berichtete dann FARR tiber Plexus brachialis-Blockaden beim Kind. Bei den Periduralblockaden am Kind wurde zuerst von CAMPBELL 1933 Über den kaudalen Zugang, 1936 von SIEVERS über den lumbalen Zugang und 1971 von ISAKOB über den thorakalen Zugang berichtet.

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