Anaesthesiologisches Vorgehen bei Chirurgie an Herzkranzgefäßen und am Herzen

  • D. G. Lappas
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin/Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 149)

Zusammenfassung

Über die Methoden des anaesthesiologischen Vorgehens bei Patienten, die sich einer Herzoperation unterziehen müssen, wurde so viel geschrieben, daß die Prinzipien für einen richtigen und einwandfreien Einsatz der Anaesthesie häufig vergessen werden. Für das anaesthesiologische Vorgehen bei herzchirurgischen Patienten ist es ungemein wichtig, die Pathophysiologie der kardiovaskulären Schädigung und den Funktionszustand des Myokards zu kennen [17].

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