Chirurgische Maßnahmen zur Elimination von Endotoxin

  • D. Berger
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 45)


Die diffuse eitrige Bauchfellentzündung, in ihrer systemischen Auswirkung als abdominelle Sepsis klinisch bekannt, stellt noch heute eine Erkrankung mit sehr ungünstiger Prognose dar. Trotz entscheidender chirurgischer und intensivmedizinischer Fortschritte beträgt die Sterblichkeit noch 20–40% (Goegler u. Meckes 1989).


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