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Techniken und Probleme implantierbarer Kathetersysteme bei langzeitiger parenteraler Nährstoffzufuhr im Kindesalter

  • H. Lochbühler
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Zusammenfassung

Eine langzeitige parenterale Nährstoffzufuhr ist nur mit einem sicheren venösen Zugang möglich. Es stehen verschiedene Katheter-systeme zur Verfügung, so daß für nahezu jeden Patienten eine individuelle Lösung gefunden werden kann, die auch eine Therapie im häuslichen Milieu erlaubt.

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