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β-Blocker, Nitroglycerin, Kalziumantagonisten, Clonidin: Wovon profitiert der koronare Risikopatient wirklich?

  • J. Zander
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 222)

Zusammenfassung

Der Anästhesist wird in den letzten Jahren mit einer zunehmenden Zahl von Patienten konfrontiert, die an einer koronaren Herzerkrankung leiden, und zwar auch dann, wenn er nicht in einer speziellen Klinik für Patienten mit Herzerkrankungen tätig ist. Dabei sind v. a. 2 Patientengruppen problematisch:
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    Patienten mit einer bisher nicht diagnostizierten koronaren Herzerkrankung und

     
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    Patienten, die ohne oder mit nur unzureichender medikamentöser Vorbehandlung zu einem Notfalleingriff kommen.

     

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