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Die Indikation zur künstlichen Ernährung

  • M. Heberer
Conference paper
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 40)

Zusammenfassung

Die künstliche Ernährung — parenteral wie auch über enterale Sonden — ist mit Risiken, unerwünschten Wirkungen und Kosten verbunden. Die Indikation bedarf deshalb einer rationalen Grundlage: Die Wirksamkeit der Behandlung in bezug auf ein konkret definiertes Behandlungsziel, ein günstiges Verhältnis von Nutzen zu Risiko sowie eine akzeptable Kosten-Nutzen-Relation sollten bewiesen sein. Diese Grundsätze sind zwar allgemein anerkannt, finden aber nicht immer ausreichende Berücksichtigung.

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