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Standardformen der Beatmung

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Die kontrollierte Beatmung stellt gewissermaßen die Grundform der modernen (Überdruck-)beatmung dar. Hierbei übernimmt das Beatmungsgerät die gesamte Atmung des Patienten. Entsprechend wird nur der mandatorische, d. h. der obligatorische, Atemtyp verwendet.

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