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Spezifische Antiarrhythmika für spezifische Arrhythmien

  • R. W. F. Campbell
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Zusammenfassung

Die Diagnose einer Arrhythmie und die Auswahl einer geeigneten Therapie stellen wichtige Aspekte der kardiologischen Praxis dar. Es wäre nicht unvernünftig anzunehmen, daß es für jede spezifische Form der Arrhythmie eine spezielle Behandlung gibt, aber in Wirklichkeit sind diese klinischen Situationen selten. Das mag auf ungenügender Diagnose der Arrhythmie, auf ungenügender Therapie oder auf dem Unvermögen, Spezifität zu erkennen, beruhen.

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