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ZAK Zürich pp 43-53 | Cite as

Kontroverse Aspekte der mechanischen kardiopulmonalen Reanimation

Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin/Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 187)

Zusammenfassung

Die externe Herzmassage wurde 1858 zum ersten Mal von Balassa [4] durchgeführt, geriet dann in Vergessenheit und wurde später durch Jude et al. [17] wieder aufgegriffen und weiterentwickelt. Seit dieser Zeit haben sich immer wieder Wissenschaftler gerade aus Pittsburgh und Baltimore mit der kardiopulmonalen Reanimation, insbesondere der Relation von Herzmassage und Beatmung, experimentell und klinisch beschäftigt.

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