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Therapie des „high-output failure“ bei Sepsis

  • H. Forst
  • T. Bein
  • J. Briegel
  • H. Hellinger
  • M. Haller
  • M. Stieglitz
  • F.-P. Lenhart
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 222)

Zusammenfassung

Charakteristische hämodynamische Befunde bei Sepsis sind der verminderte periphere Gefäßwiderstand, ein hohes Herzzeitvolumen und meist ein erhöhter Widerstand in der pulmonalen Strombahn [31, 79]. Die Tatsache, daß nach Volumenzufuhr Herzzeitvolumen und Schlagvolumen bei den meisten Patienten im septischen Schock normal oder sogar gegenüber der Norm erhöht sind, hat dazu geführt, daß oft die Einschränkung der myokardialen Pumpfunktion unterschätzt oder als ein Spätsymptom der hypodynamen Schockform angesehen wird. Ein erhöhtes Herzzeitvolumen allein bedeutet aber bei extrem erniedrigtem peripherem Gefäßwiderstand noch nicht, daß auch die Myokardfunktion normal oder dieses Herzzeitvolumen den Bedürfnissen des Organismus adäquat ist [59].

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  • H. Forst
  • T. Bein
  • J. Briegel
  • H. Hellinger
  • M. Haller
  • M. Stieglitz
  • F.-P. Lenhart

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