Indikation zur Behandlung kardialer Rhythmusstörungen

  • G. Breithardt
  • M. Borggrefe
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Zusammenfassung

Herzrhythmusstörungen stellen bei ansonsten Herzgesunden und bei Patienten mit Herzerkrankungen einen häufigen Befund dar. Zu ihrer Erkennung hat der Einsatz der Langzeitelektrokardiographie wesentlich beigetragen. In neuerer Zeit sind die Registrierung ventrikulärer Spätpotentiale und die Anwendung invasiver elektrophysiologischer Stimulationsverfahren als weitere diagnostische Techniken hinzugekommen. Neben dieser Ausweitung der diagnostischen Möglichkeiten hat sich auch das Spektrum der zur Verfügung stehenden therapeutischen Maßnahmen erheblich vergrößert, so daß heute in der Langzeittherapie insbesondere bedrohlicher Arrhythmien die nichtpharmakologische Therapie neben der medikamentösen antiarrhythmischen Therapie eine zunehmende Rolle spielt [9].

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Breithardt
    • 1
  • M. Borggrefe
  1. 1.Medizinische Klinik und PoliklinikInnere Medizin CMünsterDeutschland

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