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Intravenöse Regionalanästhesie

  • H. Ponhold

Zusammenfassung

Es gibt große Unterschiede bei den Berichten über die Häufigkeit leichterer Formen von ZNS-Toxizität. Die Zahlen schwanken zwischen 0,5 und 67%. Krämpfe kommen allerdings selten vor.

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