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Pneumonie und Abszess

  • W. Seeger
  • D. Walmrath
  • F. Grimminger

Zusammenfassung

Pneumonien sind nach der WHO-Statistik die weltweit häufigsten zum Tode führenden Infektionskrankheiten. Sie stehen an 5. Stelle aller Todesursachen überhaupt. Trotz potenter Antibiotika stellen sie bei schwerem Verlauf auch in den westlichen Industrieländern nach wie vor eine vitale Bedrohung dar, die angesichts der steigenden Anzahl immuninkompetenter Patienten sogar zunimmt.

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  • W. Seeger
  • D. Walmrath
  • F. Grimminger

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