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Aktuelle Aspekte der kardiopulmonalen Wiederbelebung

  • K. Steinbereithner
Conference paper
Part of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Katastrophenmedizin e.V. book series (KATASTROPHENMED, volume 2)

Zusammenfassung

Seit dem Erscheinen der redigierten Fassung der Richtlinien (Standards and Guidelines) der American Heart Association (AHA) für die kardiopulmonale Wiederbelebung im Jahre 1980 ist in der „Reanimatologie“ unverkennbar eine deutliche Bewegung, wenn nicht Unruhe festzustellen. „Neue“ klinische und expirementelle Daten in großer Zahl, die Technik der Herzmassage selbst, vor allem aber ihre Relation zur Beatmung betreffend, haben manch eingefahrenes Denkkonzept in Frage gestellt (ähnliches gilt mutatis mutandis auch für die sog. „Hirnprotektion“) und neue Entwicklungen angestoßen. — Diese an sich begrüßenswerte Unruhe führte aber auch zu Unsicherheit in Ausbildung und Lehre, die es zu steuern gilt. Unsere Ausführungen (die sich mehrfach auf in jüngster Zeit von Dick bzw. Dölp erarbeitete Übersichten stützen) möchten nun — notwendigerweise eher schlaglichtartig — zu einigen „neuen“ Konzepten Stellung nehmen und versuchen, Gesichertes von evtl. noch Fragwürdigem kritisch zu trennen (vgl. Tabelle 1 nach Steinbereithner u. Bergmann).

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