Streßfreie Anästhesie in der Herzchirurgie durch hohe Opiatdosen — gibt es so etwas?

  • D. Kettler
  • F. Hasse
  • I. Hensel
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 174)

Zusammenfassung

In den letzten 3 Jahren hat die besonders in der anglo-amerikanischen Literatur propagierte Verwendung sehr hoher Fentanyldosen als sog. streßfreies Anästhesieverfahren erhebliches Aufsehen erregt. Es wurde berichtet, daß bei der Erhöhung der bisher üblichen Fentanyldosierung um den Faktor 10 ein sehr stabiles Kreislaufverhalten und eine Verhinderung der metabolischen und hormonalen sympatho-adrenergen Stimulation während eines operativen Eingriffs erreicht werden könne [3, 4, 7–9].

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  • D. Kettler
  • F. Hasse
  • I. Hensel

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