Thoraxdrainage

  • B. Regli

Zusammenfassung

Ätiologie. Ein Pneumothorax kann »spontan« als Folge einer geplatzten Emphysemblase, nach einem perforierenden oder stumpfen Trauma (häufig mit Rippenfrakturen), iatrogen durch z. B. eine die Lunge verletzende Punktion oder im Zusammenhang mit einem beatmungsbedingten Volutrauma entstehen.

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