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Die Anaesthesie im Säuglings- und Kleinkindesalter

  • Gottfried G. Ressel
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Zusammenfassung

Die Fortschritte der Anaesthesie in den letzten 10 Jahren sind nicht zu übersehen, aber noch immer ist die Narkose kein Schlaf, sondern eine Intoxikation. Die heute noch unzulänglichen zahlreichen Anaesthesiemethoden verlangen bei der hohen Individualisierung des kindlichen Organismus ein außerordentlich starkes Einfühlungsvermögen. Standardtechniken — darin sind sich alle Vertreter dieses Faches einig — können für die Anaesthesie im Kindesalter nicht gegeben werden.

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  • Gottfried G. Ressel
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  1. 1.DenverUSA

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