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Zusammenfassung

Die überwiegende Zahl von Pneumonien auf der Intensivstation sind nosokomiale Infektionen, die in erster Linie als Komplikationen von diagnostischen und therapeutischen Maßnahmen sozusagen künstlich hervorgerufen werden.

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