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(S)-Ketamin pp 17-46 | Cite as

Ketamin in der Inneren Medizin

  • P. Walger

Zusammenfassung

Das klinische Wirkspektrum von Ketamin umfasst die analgetische und anästhetische Komponente. Sympathomimetische und bronchodilatatorische Effekte begünstigen den Einsatz bei Patienten, bei denen kreislaufdepressive Bedingungen vermieden werden müssen oder bei denen eine Bronchoobstruktion antagonisiert oder präventiv verhindert werden muss.

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