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Psychiatrische und neurologische Komplikationen nach herzchirurgischen Eingriffen

  • P. Götze
  • G. Huse-Kleinstoll
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 189)

Zusammenfassung

Seit Beginn der modernen Herzchirurgie und nach Bewältigung der anfänglich erheblichen chirurgischen und anästhesiologischen Schwierigkeiten traten die hohen Inzidenzraten postoperativer psychischer und neurologischer Störungen auf der herzchirurgischen Intensivstation mehr und mehr in den Vordergrund. Während in der Herzchirurgie Häufigkeiten psychischer Störungen von 3–100% genannt werden, so sind es hingegen nach anderen chirurgischen Eingriffen — mit Ausnahme von Kataraktoperationen — nur bis zu 0,5%. Es sei jedoch angemerkt, daß in den anderen chirurgischen Fächern bisher nur vereinzelt systematisch und dann auch meist retrospektiv psychopathologische Auffälligkeiten — und hier v. a. Psychosen — erfaßt wurden.

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