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Monitoring pp 33-44 | Cite as

Monitoring der Herzfunktionen

  • J. Tarnow
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 224)

Zusammenfassung

Aus theoretischer Sicht bietet sich eine Gliederung des Themas an, die zwischen der Überwachung von elektrischer und mechanischer Funktion, der Funktion von rechtem und linkem Ventrikel, von Pumpfunktion and Muskelfunktion, globaler und regionaler Funktion, der systolischen und diastolischen Funktion oder zwischen invasiven und nicht invasiven Methoden unterscheidet. Für praktische Zwecke scheint jedoch eine allgemeinere Unterteilung zweckmäßiger zu sein.

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