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Perioperative Anämie — wo sind die Grenzen für Hämoglobingehalt und Hämatokrit?

  • B. von Bormann
  • S. Aulich
Conference paper
Part of the Refresher Course Aktuelles Wissen für Anästhesisten book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 22)

Zusammenfassung

Wenn zur Vermeidung von Fremdblutrisiken auf die Transfusion von homologen Blutkonserven verzichtet wird, erfordert dies auch die Bereitschaft, das Absinken des Hb-Wertes in subnormale Bereiche zu tolerieren. Dieses Risiko durch eine Anämie ist nur dann zu rechtfertigen, wenn es dem Transfusionsrisiko nach jeweiligem Kenntnisstand nicht äquivalent ist und klinisch kalkulierbar bleibt. Fundierte Suggestionen, wie im Einzelfall vorzugehen ist, sind möglich; unmöglich jedoch ist es, generelle Richtlinien auszugeben.

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