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Der Einfluß einer kontinuierlichen Periduralanästhesie auf den perioperativen Stoffwechsel und eine postoperative Ernährungstherapie

  • W. Seeling
  • K.-H. Altemeyer
  • B. Koßmann
  • J. E. Schmitz
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 189)

Zusammenfassung

Bei jeder Art von Streß und Aggression — eine Operation ist nur eine von vielen Möglichkeiten — kommt es zum Zusammenfließen vieler Informationen im Hypothalamus, wo den zentralen Schaltstellen signalisiert wird, daß dem Organismus Gefahr droht. Die Reaktion darauf ist eine Mobilisierung aller Abwehrmechanismen (Fight and flight reaction), die Umschaltung auf körpereigene Energiesubstratbereitstellung, das Einsparen von Natrium und Wasser durch verstärkte Retention sowie eine Drosselung des Energieumsatzes, wenn die Situation dies zuläßt.

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  • W. Seeling
  • K.-H. Altemeyer
  • B. Koßmann
  • J. E. Schmitz

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