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Katheterassoziierte Thrombose

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Zusammenfassung

Nach den Berichten von Aubaniac 1952 über den Einsatz eines Subklaviakatheters zur raschen Volumenabgabe im Schock und von Dudrick 1968 über den Einsatz zentraler Wege zur parenteralen Ernährung wurden in zunehmendem Maße zentralvenöse Katheter eingesetzt. In der Folge kam es zu einer Indikationsausweitung für den Einsatz zentralvenöser Katheter: neben einer raschen Volumengabe und einer parenteralen Ernährung zählen zu den wichtigsten Indikationen die Flüssigkeits- und Elektrolytzufuhr, die Medikamentenapplikation, Nierenersatzverfahren wie eine Hämodialyse sowie das hämodynamische Monitoring. Zu den einzelnen Indikationen wurden teilweise spezielle Katheter wie z. B. Einschwemmkatheter in die Arteria pulmonalis (Swan-Ganz-Katheter) entwickelt.

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