Die Bedeutung der transkraniellen Dopplersonographie als nichtinvasives Untersuchungsverfahren in Anästhesie und Intensivmedizin

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

Zusammenfassung

Der zerebrale Blutfluß (CBF) kann, speziell unter den Bedingungen von Trauma, Operation oder Intensivtherapie, unerwartet oder gar paradox verändert sein. Schon früh wurde der Wunsch geäußert [7] den CBF möglichst rasch, nichtinvasiv, fortlaufend, regionsspezifisch, ubiquitär anwendbar und sofort wiederholbar messen zu können. Die Messung des CBF ist wegen Invasivität, radioaktiver Substanzen und wegen des hohen Aufwands bislang jedoch kein klinisches Routineverfahren geworden.

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