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Postoperative Intensivbehandlung einschließlich Beatmung

  • L. Frey
  • F.-P. Lenhart
  • K. Unertl
  • K. Peter
Part of the Die Praxis der Chirurgie book series (PRAXCHIR)

Zusammenfassung

Patienten, die thorakotomiert werden, haben oft eine Reihe von Vorerkrankungen des kardiopulmonalen Systems, das wiederum durch den chirurgischen Eingriff zusätzlich beeinträchtigt wird.

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  • L. Frey
  • F.-P. Lenhart
  • K. Unertl
  • K. Peter

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