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Ranitidin und Cimetidin: Ihr Einfluß auf pH und Keimbesiedelung des Magens sowie auf die Mikrobiologie der oberen Luftwege

  • A. Benke
  • B. Bibus
  • A. Fördös
  • F. Riezinger
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 194)

Zusammenfassung

Intensiv behandelte Patienten mit mannigfaltigen Organfunktionsstörungen [1] stehen häufig in der Gefahr [2], Streßläsionen zu erleiden und dadurch neuerlich einer vitalen Bedrohung ausgesetzt zu sein. Zur medikamentösen Prophylaxe derartiger Streßläsionen bedient man sich der Antazida [2, 3], des Muskarinrezeptorenblockers [9, 10] Pi-renzepin und der H2-Rezeptorantagonisten Cimetidin [3] und Ranitidin [4, 5].

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  • A. Benke
  • B. Bibus
  • A. Fördös
  • F. Riezinger

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