Kardiale perioperative Risikobeurteilung

  • M. Böhm

Zusammenfassung

Die Aufgabe der präoperativen kardialen Risikoabschätzung und der daraufhin eingeleiteten Funktionsdiagnostik muß sein, die operative Morbidität und Letalität zu reduzieren. Es ist weniger die Aufgabe der präoperativen Risikoabschätzung, den Patienten ausschließlich als operabel oder inoperabel einzustufen, sondern vielmehr, ihn einer differenzierten Diagnostik zuzuführen, die es erlaubt, das Risiko der Begleiterkrankungen nach optimaler Therapie gegen den Nutzen der durchzuführenden Operation abzuwägen.

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