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Grundzüge des Monitoring

  • G. B. Kraus
Conference paper
Part of the Kinderanästhesie book series (KINDERANAESTHES)

Zusammenfassung

Anästhesisten möchten so umfassend wie möglich Einsicht in die dynamisch ablaufenden Prozesse im normalen physiologischen bzw. pathophysiologischen Status ihrer Patienten nehmen. Nur eine ausreichende Information garantiert hierbei eine adäquate Narkosetechnik bzw. Therapie.

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