Chirurgie der koronaren Herzerkrankung

  • F. Unger

Zusammenfassung

Das grundlegende Ziel der Bypasschirurgie ist, als revaskularisierende Maßnahme das Myokard wieder ausreichend mit Blut zu versorgen. Behebt man die Engpässe in den Koronarien, so kann das Herz wieder voll belastet werden. Die Kontraktilität wird wiederhergestellt, die Angina pectoris beherrscht und vor allem ein Infarktgeschehen hintangehalten. Damit wird unter dem Strich die Lebenserwartung verbessert.

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