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Die obstruktiven Atemwegserkrankungen: Pathophysiologie und Epidemiologie

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Atemwegsobstruktion ist die häufigste Ursache der Atemnot (s.S. 129). Das Angehen einer Atemwegsobstruktion bedeutet deshalb für die Patienten eine schwere Zessur, dies um so mehr, da sehr häufig die Atemwegsobstruktion vom Beginn der ersten Dyspnoebeschwerden an chronisch verläuft.

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