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Herztransplantation

  • E. Struck
  • F. Sebening
  • H. Meisner
  • P. Schmidt-Habelmann
Part of the Allgemeine und spezielle Operationslehre book series (OPERATIONSLEHRE, volume 3)

Zusammenfassung

Wie vor mehr als einem Jahrzehnt muß man auch heute rückblickend Hardy et al. (1964) und Barnard (1967) für das Wagnis der ersten klinischen Herztransplantation Respekt zollen. Nach nur knapp 1½ Jahrzehnten Erfahrung mit der Herz-Lungen-Maschine zur Korrektur angeborener und erworbener Herzfehler waren Mitte der sechziger Jahre mehrere Herzchirurgen auf diese klinische Methode zur Behandlung unheilbarer Myokarderkrankungen durch experimentelle Arbeiten vorbereitet. Bis zum Jahre 1970 waren schon so viele Herzverpflanzungen durchgeführt worden, daß auf Grund klinischer Ergebnisse die Einstufung der Herztransplantation als aussichtsreiches Verfahren zur Therapie des terminalen Myokardversagens beim Menschen möglich war. Der Gedanke an eine Herzverpflanzung ist weit mehr als bei der Transplantation von paarigen und von anderen unpaaren Organen emotional überlagert. Es nimmt daher nicht wunder, ein allgemeines Unverständnis, ein Unbehagen und sogar einen Widerstand gegen die Verpflanzung eines Herzens zu beobachten. Die von den Publikationsmedien unterstützte öffentliche Anteilnahme an der Herztransplantation beruht auf den oben genannten emotionalen Bedenken und auf der Tatsache, daß das Herz das zentrale Kreislauforgan darstellt, an dessen Funktion das Leben schlechthin gemessen wird.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Struck
  • F. Sebening
  • H. Meisner
  • P. Schmidt-Habelmann

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