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Echokardiographische Befunde bei der chronischen Herzinsuffizienz

  • G. Autenrieth
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 9 / 4)

Zusammenfassung

Unter Herzinsuffizienz ist ganz allgemein eine abnorme Pumpfunktion des Herzens mit daraus resultierender Minderperfusion anderer Organe zu verstehen. Dabei manifestiert sich die Herzinsuffizienz im Beschwerdebild und klinischen Befundmuster meist deutlicher an diesen Organen als am Herzen selbst (Schwiegk u. Riecker 1960). In diesem Zusammenhang ist daran zu erinnern, daß ja auch die erhöhte arteriovenöse Sauerstoffdifferenz das einzige gemeinsame und meßbare Kriterium aller Formen der Herzinsuffizienz darstellt (Hikkam u. Cargill 1948; Eichna et al. 1953), was besonders unter Belastungsbedingungen zu tage tritt. Am Herzen selbst gibt es keinen einzelnen allgemein verbindlichen Befund für das Syndrom Herzinsuffizienz.

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