Vollnarkose in der Geburtshilfe — Vergleich zur Periduralanaesthesie

  • H. Müller
  • G. Hempelmann
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Zusammenfassung

Die Narkose der Gebärenden unterscheidet sich von Narkosen bei anderen Patienten vor allem deswegen, weil zwei Organismen beeinflußt werden und der mütterliche Organismus sich zum Zeitpunkt der Geburt in einem besonders labilen Gleichgewicht befindet.

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  • G. Hempelmann

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