Medikamentöse Therapie, Inhalationstherapie

  • S. Fitzal

Zusammenfassung

Zur erfolgreichen Respiratortherapie gehört auch der gezielte Einsatz von Pharmaka: einerseits um bei bestimmten Indikationen eine optimale Adapta- tion an das gewählte Beatmungsverfahren zu ermöglichen, andererseits um eine Verbesserung gewisser pulmonaler Störfaktoren zu erreichen. Daher sind prinzipiell zwei ganz verschiedene medikamentöse Zielrichtungen zu bespre- chen, nämlich die therapeutischen Verfahren zur Sedierung/Analgesierung und Relaxation sowie jene medikamentösen Maßnahmen, die bronchodilatatorisch und mukokinetisch wirksam sind.

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