Pädiatrie pp 919-1029 | Cite as

Krankheiten der Atmungsorgane

  • P. H. Burri
  • C. F. Poets
  • J. Hammer
  • U. Frey
  • C. Rieger
  • S. Fanconi
  • J. Fischer
  • J. Riedler
  • M. Rutishauser
  • M. S. Zach
  • K. L. Waag
  • H. von der Hardt
  • H. Forster
  • U. Heininger
  • G. Kusenbach
  • J. Freihorst
  • M. H. Schöni
  • F. H. Sennhauser
  • J. H. Wildhaber
  • M. Götz
  • J. Henker
  • W.-R. Thies
  • H. Meyer
  • H. Christiansen
  • F. Lampert
  • P. Sacher
  • T. Nicolai
  • W. Thal
  • E. von Mutius
  • J. Seidenberg
  • F. Riedel
  • T. Frischer
  • P. Lemburg
  • B. Oberwaldner
  • C. P. Bauer

Zusammenfassung

Die Lunge beinhaltet 3 Kompartimente: Luft, Gewebe und Blut (Abb. 124.1). Das Lungengewebe liefert das Organgerüst und sorgt dafür, daß Luft und Blut zwar stets getrennt bleiben, aber doch in so engen Kontakt miteinander treten, daß O2 und CO2 durch Diffusion effizient ausgetauscht werden können. Die Anforderungen an das System als Ganzes und besonders an die Gasaustauschregion mit der zarten Luft-Blut-Schranke sind extrem hoch: An den dünnsten Stellen ist die Gewebebarriere gerade noch 50mal dünner als ein Luftpostbriefpapier und trotzdem kommt es beim Atmen (und meist selbst beim Husten) nicht zu einem Austritt von Blut in den Luftraum.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. H. Burri
  • C. F. Poets
  • J. Hammer
  • U. Frey
  • C. Rieger
  • S. Fanconi
  • J. Fischer
  • J. Riedler
  • M. Rutishauser
  • M. S. Zach
  • K. L. Waag
  • H. von der Hardt
  • H. Forster
  • U. Heininger
  • G. Kusenbach
  • J. Freihorst
  • M. H. Schöni
  • F. H. Sennhauser
  • J. H. Wildhaber
  • M. Götz
  • J. Henker
  • W.-R. Thies
  • H. Meyer
  • H. Christiansen
  • F. Lampert
  • P. Sacher
  • T. Nicolai
  • W. Thal
  • E. von Mutius
  • J. Seidenberg
  • F. Riedel
  • T. Frischer
  • P. Lemburg
  • B. Oberwaldner
  • C. P. Bauer

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