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Massivtransfusionen

  • H. Harke
  • S. Rahman

Zusammenfassung

Unter Massivtransfusion versteht man die akute Übertragung des anderthalbfachen körpereigenen Blutvolumens [41]. Sie ist nach wie vor mit zahlreichen Komplikationen behaftet. Hypothermie, Hypoperfusion, Hyperkali-ämie sowie eine passagere Citratintoxikation mit begleitender Hypokalzämie und Hypo-magnesämie begünstigen einerseits das Auftreten von Herzrhythmusstörungen [1, 5, 35, 51, 52], andererseits besteht aufgrund der im Transfusionsblut unterschiedlich stark ausgeprägten Verminderung des Hämostasepoten-tials die Gefahr einer unstillbaren Blutungsneigung [29, 41, 47].

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  • S. Rahman

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