Hämatologische Erkrankungen

  • Oded Bar-Or

Zusammenfassung

Die Fähigkeit eines isolierten Gewebes zur Steigerung seines aerobe Stoffwechsels wird von der Sauerstofftransportkapazität sowie von der Durchblutung dieses Gewebes bestimmt. Der gleiche Grundsatz gilt für den gesamten Organismus. Veränderungen in der Hämoglobin(Hb)-Konzentration sind eng mit entsprechenden Veränderungen des Sauerstofftransports des Bluts verbunden, falls nicht zusätzliche Variationen im Blutvolumen oder in der Affinität zwischen Hb und 02 zu berücksichtigen sind. Für praktische Zwecke soil daher im folgenden die Reduktion der Hämoglobinkonzentration als Index fur den Schweregrad einer Anämie und fur die Abnahme der Sauerstofftransportkapazität betrachtet werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oded Bar-Or
    • 1
  1. 1.Chedoke Division, Evel 4Chedoke-Mc Master-HospitalHamiltonKanada

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