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Indikation zur seitengetrennten Intubation und Beatmung

  • U. Hartenauer
  • P. Reinhold
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Zusammenfassung

Die seitengetrennte, endobronchiale Intubation und seitenunabhängige Beatmung zur Sicherung und Aufrechterhaltung eines suffizienten Gasaustausches kann als u. U. lebensrettende Notfallmaßnahme angezeigt sein (Abb. 1) [19]. Ihre klassische Indikation hat sie als geplantes Vorgehen zur Anästhesie bei thoraxchirurgischen Eingriffen [2, 23, 29]. In jüngster Zeit findet sie auch in der Intensivmedizin Anwendung bei der Langzeitbeatmung respiratorisch insuffizienter Patienten [4–9, 17, 21, 24, 27, 28].

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  • P. Reinhold

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