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Beatmung pp 210-248 | Cite as

Alternative Beatmungsformen

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Alternative Verfahren werden gewöhnlich dann eingesetzt, wenn mit den konventionellen oder Standardverfahren das Ziel der Beatmungstherapie nicht erreicht werden kann. Die Grenzen zwischen konventionellen und alternativen Verfahren sind allerdings fließend.

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