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Diagnostik der stummen Myokardischämie

  • Thomas von Arnim

Zusammenfassung

Das Elektrokardiogramm mit 12 Ableitungen in Ruhe ist ein diagnostisches Verfahren, um einen Zustand zu dokumentieren, nicht ein dynamisches Geschehen. Deshalb hat das Ruhe-EKG auch seine Bedeutung nicht in der Darstellung vorübergehender Ischämiezustände mit und ohne Belastung, diese sind die Domäne der Belastungs-EKG-Diagnostik und der Langzeit-EKG- Diagnostik. Das Ruhe-EKG kann hingegen einen Sonderfall der stummen Ischämie dokumentieren, den stumm eingetretenen Myokardinfarkt (Abb. 3.1).

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  • Thomas von Arnim
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  1. 1.I. Medizinische AbteilungKrankenhaus Rotes KreuzMünchen 19Germany

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