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Der Wärmehaushalt

  • B. Böhm
  • K. Gründel

Zusammenfassung

Nach Einführung der laparoskopischen Operationstechnik wurde von einigen Autoren[39] darauf aufmerksam gemacht, dass bei laparoskopischen Eingriffen häufiger Hypothermien auftraten, die auf die Gasinsufflation zurückgeführt wurden. Darauf hin wurden neue Insufflationssysteme entwickelt, um das Insufflationsgas zu erwärmen. Ob und in welchem Maß die laparoskopische Methode aber tatsächlich die Körpertemperatur beeinflusst, ist bislang umstritten.

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