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Intravenöse Anaesthetika und Aufwachphase

  • G. Rolly
  • P. Bilsback
  • F. Cockx
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 157)

Zusammenfassung

Im allgemeinen nimmt man an, daß es während der Aufwachphase nach Anwendung von intravenösen Anaesthetika nur geringe Nebenwirkungen oder Komplikationen gibt. Welche Nebenwirkungen kann man dennoch nach Anwendung von intravenösen Anaesthetika erwarten? Im Vordergrund stehen die respiratorischen Nebenwirkungen (Luftwegsobstruktion, respiratorische Insuffizienz). Erst an zweiter Stelle sollte es cardiovaskuläre Nebenwirkungen geben, wie zum Beispiel Blutdruckinstabilität.

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  • G. Rolly
  • P. Bilsback
  • F. Cockx

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