Quantitative echokardiographische Befunde bei Kindern mit chronischen Ventilationsstörungen

  • B. Schmidt-Redemann
  • A. Neumann-Volmer
  • K. Volmer
  • S. Gonda
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Zusammenfassung

Chronische Lungenventilationsstörungen, welche das Asthma bronchiale, die Mukoviszidose und angeborene Herzfehler mit pulmonaler Hyperperfusion begleiten, stehen in pathophysiologischem Zusammenhang mit der Funktionsanpassung des rechten Ventrikels (Milner 1972; Pattle 1966; Rushmer 1964; Szidon et al. 1968).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Schmidt-Redemann
  • A. Neumann-Volmer
  • K. Volmer
  • S. Gonda
    • 1
  1. 1.Kinderkrankenhaus SeehospizNorderneyDeutschland

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