Störungen des Wasser-, Elektrolyt- und Säure-Basen-Haushaltes

  • F. Krück
  • H. J. Kramer

Zusammenfassung

Elektrolyte sind für den Ablauf vitaler Vorgänge unerläßlich. Störungen können durch
  • • Änderung der Zufuhr oder Ausscheidung (Bilanzstörung),

  • Änderung der physiologischen Verteilung (Verteilungsstörung),

  • inadäquate Regulation (Regulationsstörung), bedingt sein. Sie sind somit immer Begleiterscheinungen anderer Krankheiten [12].

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  • H. J. Kramer

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