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Aspekte und Trends der Respiratortherapie: nichtkardial bedingtes Lungenödem. Neuere Aspekte der Diagnostik und Therapie

  • G. Kalff
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Zusammenfassung

Ein Lungenödem wird definiert als eine über das normale Maß hinausgehende Flüssigkeitsansammlung im pulmonalen Interstitium, die nicht abdrainiert wird und bei weiterer Zunahme oder „Gewebsschädigung“ auch intraalveolär auftritt. Es ist somit zwischen interstitiellem und intraalveolärem Ödem zu unterscheiden. Das Auftreten eines Ödems initiiert das Versagen der respiratorischen Funktion.

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