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Monitoring bei Präeklampsie und Eklampsie

  • J. Neumark
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 205)

Zusammenfassung

Die Präeklampsie und Eklampsie gehören dem Formenkreis der EPH-Gestose (Edema, Proteinuria, Hypertension) an. Die Ursache der EPH-Gestose ist ungeklärt. Man ist sich heute nur darüber einig, daß für die echte EPH-Gestose oder die sogenannte PIH (Pregnancy Induced Hypertension) 2 Symptome pathognomonisch sind: eine generalisierte Vasokonstriktion und eine Proteinurie. AIle anderen die EPH-Gestose begleitenden Symptome und Organschaden treten entweder sekundär auf oder sind unspezifisch.

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