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Immunologische Grundlagen zur Anwendung von Inhalationsanästhetika

  • A. Koenig
  • U. D. Koenig
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 29)

Zusammenfassung

Bereits seit der Jahrhundertwende steht die Frage im Raum, ob Anästhetika das Immunsystem beeintrachtigen. Diese Frage ist auch in der modernen Anasthesiologie von Bedeutung, da postope- rativ auftretende Infektionen, ein postoperativ verstärktes Tumorwachstum oder AbstoBungsreaktionen in der Transplantationschirurgie in einen kausalen Zusammenhang mit der Narkose gebracht werden konnten. AuBerdem nehmen im operativen Krankengut solche Patienten an Zahl zu, die als Allergiker oder bedingt durch Autoimmunkrankheiten bereits präoperativ immunologische Besonderheiten aufweisen und durch die Narkose bzw. Operation in eine zusätzliche Dysbalance geraten könnten.

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