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Wird der mittlere systemische Füllungsdruck eine klinische Bedeutung haben?

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

Zusammenfassung

Wenn eine neue Größe oder Meßmethode für die klinische Anwendung in Erwägung gezogen wird, sollten folgende Fragen geklärt sein:
  1. a)

    Handelt es sich um eine physiologisch bedeutsame Größe?

     
  2. b)

    Trennt sie normal und pathologisch?

     
  3. c)

    Steht die erreichbare Genauigkeit der Messung in einem angessenen Verhältnis zur Größenordnung der zu erwartenden Veränderungen?

     
  4. d)

    Bleibt während der notwendigen Dauer der Messung die messende Größe konstant?

     
  5. e)

    Bei welchen Patienten und welchen Zuständen wäre diese Information ein deutlicher Gewinn?

     
  6. f)

    Gibt es vergleichbare Methoden? Können andere Methoden dadurch ersetzt werden?

     

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