Hämoperfusion bei akuten Vergiftungen

  • H. Schinzel
  • L. S. Weilemann
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 45)

Zusammenfassung

Extrakorporale Verfahren dienen dazu, endogene und exogene Substanzen aus dem Körper zu eliminieren. Man unterscheidet membranabhängige von adsorptiven Verfahren Während bei den membranabhängigen Verfahren die Elimination durch Diffusion gelöster Stoffe entlang eines Konzentrationsgradienten bzw. durch Konvektion entlang einer hydrostatischen Druckdifferenz zwischen 2 Medien erfolgt, wird bei den adsorptiven Verfahren die Elimination durch Bindung an große Oberflächen erreicht. Das wichtigste adsorptive und zugleich das wichtigste sekundäre Gifteliminationsverfahren ist die Hämoperfusion.

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  • H. Schinzel
  • L. S. Weilemann

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