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Differentialindikation von Halothan, Enfluran und Isofluran in der Kinderanästhesie

  • F. J. Kretz
  • K. Eyrich
Conference paper
Part of the Kinderanästhesie book series (KINDERANAESTHES)

Zusammenfassung

Die Anästhesie hat in den letzten Jahrzehnten eine stürmische Entwicklung durchgemacht. Die intensive Erforschung und Anwendung neuer Substanzen, die Verfeinerung der Überwachungstechniken und die verbesserten postoperativen Behandlungsmöglichkeiten haben zu einem hohen Sicherheitsstandard geführt. Die anästhesiebedingte Letalität ist inzwischen verschwindend gering und nur noch weiter durch Mitarbeitermotiviation, Ausbildung und Überwachung zu senken.

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  • F. J. Kretz
  • K. Eyrich

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