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Intraoperatives Monitoring

  • E. Schmitz
  • E. Martin
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 177)

Zusammenfassung

Das Wort Monitor bzw. monitoring leitet sich von dem lateinischen Wort „monere“ ab, soviel bedeutet wie warnen bzw. mahnen oder anraten. Insbesondere bei den Gefäßpatienten kommt dieser Funktion des Monitorings aufgrund der Multimorbidität dieser Patientengruppe eine ganz entscheidende Bedeutung zu. Eine bei 123 Patienten mit einem Bauchaortenaneurysma durchgeführte Untersuchung ergab die in Tabelle 1 aufgestellten präoperativen Befunde. Die wesentlichsten präoperativ erhobenen Begleiterkrankungen waren die koronare Herzerkrankung, die arterielle Hypertonie und die Herzinsuffizienz (Tabelle 1).

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