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Perioperative arterielle Hypertonie: Diagnose und Management

  • W. Buhre
Conference paper
Part of the Refresher Course. Aktuelles Wissen für Anästhesisten book series (REFRESHER COUR, volume 27)

Zusammenfassung

Die arterielle Hypertonie ist die häufigste kardiovaskuläre Erkrankung in westlichen Ländern. Etwa 20% der erwachsenen Bevölkerung leiden an einer arteriellen Hypertonie [1, 2], Im nicht kardiochirurgischen Patientenkollektiv beträgt die Prävalenz der arteriellen Hypertonie 13,6% und stellt damit die häufigste kardiovaskuläre Vorerkrankung dar [21.

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