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Respiratorische Insuffizienz

  • Werner Glinz

Zusammenfassung

Eine respiratorische Insuffizienz beim Schwerverletzten ist oft ein multifaktorielles Geschehen, bei dem der Anteil einzelner ursächlicher Komponenten schwer abschätzbar ist. Aus diesem Grund ist in der neueren Literatur die Tendenz vorhanden, in einer Art Resignation solche Atemstörungen in einem einheitlichen Begriff zusammenzufassen (z. B. „adult respiratory distress syndrome“ oder „Schocklunge“). Wenn diese Ausdrücke nicht sehr restriktiv verwendet werden, besteht die Gefahr, daß Krankheitsbilder mit verschiedener klinischer Bedeutung in einen Topf geworfen werden.

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  • Werner Glinz
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