Extrakorporale Therapieverfahren bei Sepsis — Hämofiltration, Plasmapherese, Hämoperfusion

  • D. Barckow


Unabhängig davon, ob bakterielle Toxine oder andere primär nichtbakterielle Aggressionen Auslöser für eine schließlich generalisierte Entzündungsreaktion des Organismus sind, immer werden die gleichen klassischen Kaskadensysteme angeregt:
  • das Komplementsystem,

  • das Gerinnungs-Fibrinolyse-System,

  • das Kallikrein-Kinin-System.


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