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Konzepte der Entwöhnung von der maschinellen Beatmung

  • I. Schwieger
  • P. M. Suter
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Zusammenfassung

Obwohl während den letzten 10 Jahre raffiniertere Überwachungsmethoden und neue Verfahren der assistierten Beatmung eingeführt wurden, bleibt die Entwöhnung vom Respirator noch häufig eine Herausforderung in der klinischen Praxis [20]. Für die Übergangsphase von der maschinellen zur Spontanatmung trifft dies sowohl nach kurzzeitiger wie auch nach längerfristiger Respiratorbehandlung zu [3].

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  • P. M. Suter

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