Geburtstraumatische Schädigungen

  • A. Schulze

Zusammenfassung

Geburtstraumatische Schäden können je nach Art und geburtshilflichen Gegebenheiten vermeidbar oder unvermeidbar sein. Sie können trotz kompetenter Geburtshilfe auftreten und müssen sogar unter Umständen in Kauf genommen werden, um andere Schäden, insbesondere akute Sauerstoffmangelzustände zu verhindern bzw. solche Gefährdungen möglichst rasch zu beenden. Die lnzidenz geburtstraumatischer Läsionen ist glücklicherweise in den letzten zwei Dekaden deutlich zurückgegangen.

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