• M. Dittmann
  • F. Renkl
Part of the Kliniktaschenbücher book series (KTB)


Definition der Beatmungsmuster
  • Spontanatmung ist aktive Ein- und passive Ausatmung durch den Patienten selbst.

  • Beatmung ist die Übernahme der Atemarbeit mittels eines Geräts.


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