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Mißlingen von Intubation und Ventilation — was ist zu tun?

  • T. Brüssel
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Part of the Refresher Course Aktuelles Wissen für Anästhesisten book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 23)

Zusammenfassung

Der menschliche Organismus funktioniert in einem delikaten Gleichgewichtszustand. Kommt es zu einer Einschränkung der Oxigenation so drohen die hämodynamischen und metabolischen Funktionen Schaden zu nehmen. Daher gehört die Sicherung des Atemweges während Anästhesieeinleitung, -unterhaltung und in der Ausleitungsphase zu den primären Aufgaben des Anästhesisten. Sollte der Atemweg verloren gehen, so muß dieser durch Instrumentierung oder chirurgische Maßnahmen wiedererlangt werden, bevor es zu irreversiblen Schäden durch inadäquate Oxigenation kommt. Keine Notfallsituation ist akuter als die, durch die die Sauerstoffversorgung des Organismus unterbrochen wird. Mit den Worten: “oxygen lack not only stops the machine, it wrecks the machinery” hat Haldane diesen Umstand treffend beschrieben.

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