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Rechtsherzeinschwemmkatheterisierung

  • L. Görnandt
  • K. Schnellbacher

Zusammenfassung

Die Rechtsherzeinschwemmkatheteruntersuchung hat heute in nahezu jedem Krankenhaus mittlerer Größe und in vielen Intensivstationen Eingang gefunden. Da die Technik der Rechtsherzein-schwemmkatheteruntersuchung leicht und ohne große Belästigung des Patienten durchzuführen ist — sowohl am schwerkranken Patienten auf der Intensivstation als auch bei ambulanten Patienten -, da sie wenig Aufwand erfordert und wenig Probleme bietet, wird diese Methode fast schon nicht mehr als invasive Methode betrachtet, sondern als semiinvasive Methode angesehen, d.h. sie stellt ein Zwischenglied zwischen den nichtinvasiven und den invasiven Untersuchungsmethoden dar.

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  • L. Görnandt
  • K. Schnellbacher

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