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Wertung der Risikofaktoren und präoperative Untersuchungsprogramme

  • K. Peter
  • K. Unertl
  • H. Wroblewski
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 181)

Zusammenfassung

Am 16. Oktober 1846 wurde in Boston die erste Äthernarkose durchgeführt; 15 Monate später ereignete sich der erste dokumentierte tödliche Narkosezwischenfall. Damit wurde der Grundstein für die Erforschung des Anästhesierisikos gelegt, wobei die seither entstandene Kasuistik, die Daten und Studien das Risiko dokumentieren.

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  • K. Peter
  • K. Unertl
  • H. Wroblewski

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