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Erweitertes anästhesiologisches Monitoring bei speziellen Eingriffen am ZNS

  • H. Strauss
Part of the Klinische Anästhesiologie und Intensivtherapie book series (KAI, volume 46)

Zusammenfassung

Konventionelles Anästhesiemonitoring umfaßt die Überwachung von Vitalfunktionen unserer Patienten mit dem Ziel, Änderungen und Gefahren frühzeitig zu erkennen, entsprechende Schritte zu deren Verhinderung einzuleiten und den Erfolg an der Messung entsprechender Vitalparameter zu verifizieren.

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