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Bronchoskopie

  • S. Elsasser
  • A. P. Perruchoud
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Zusammenfassung

Die fiberoptische Bronchoskopie hat sich als unverzichtbares diagnostisches und therapeutisches Instrument auf der Intensivstation fest etabliert [24], während die starre Bronchoskopie nur noch sehr wenigen Indikationen vorbehalten ist. Nachteile der starren Bronchoskopie sind:
  • eingeschränkte Sicht in die Peripherie,

  • größere Belastung des Patienten,

  • Notwendigkeit eine tiefen Sedierung oder Narkose,

  • erschwertes Vorgehen bei beatmeten Patienten.

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