Antagonisten in der Intensivtherapie

  • W. Dick
  • H. Gervais
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 194)


Im Rahmen intensivtherapeutischer Maßnahmen kann der Einsatz von Antagonisten folgender Substanzklassen angezeigt sein: 1. Peripher wirkende, reversible Anticholinesterasen (Neostigmin etc.), 2. zentral wirkende, reversible Anticholinesterasen (z. B. Physostigmin), 3. Opiatantagonisten (z. B. Naloxon), 4. Benzodiazepinantagonisten, 5. Methylxantine, 6. Antihistaminika.


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