Sauerstoffversorgung bei Narkoseeinleitung

  • L. Brandt
  • D. Merkelbach
  • B. Rudlof
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Part of the Refresher Course book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 20)

Zusammenfassung

Die Einleitungsphase ist infolge der atemdepressorischen Wirkung aller Injektions- und Inhalationsanästhetika einer der kritischen Abschnitte im Verlauf einer Narkose. Der Patient ist dabei jedoch zunächst weniger durch das Auftreten einer Hypoventilation mit konsekutiver Hyperkapnie gefährdet, sondern vielmehr durch die gleichzeitig einsetzende und sich wesentlich schneller ausprägende Hypoxie. Die Verwendung einer gegenüber Raumluft (FIO2 = 0,21) im Atembzw. Beatmungsgas erhöhten inspiratorischen Sauerstofffraktion (FIO2 > 0,33) bei der Narkoseeinleitung trägt diesem Umstand Rechnung. Bei Einleitung einer Intubationsnarkose kommt erschwerend dazu, daß der Patient
  • während des Intubationsvorgangs apnoisch ist und

  • die Dauer des Intubationsvorgangs nicht sicher vorhersehbar ist.

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  • D. Merkelbach
  • B. Rudlof

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