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Gerinnungsstörungen bei Lebertransplantation — kasuistische Darstellung der hämostaseologischen Probleme

  • H. Böhrer
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Zusammenfassung

Die Anästhesie bei Lebertransplantation stellt eine der größten Herausforderungen für den Anästhesisten dar. Kardiovaskuläre Probleme addieren sich zu einer vielschichtigen Gerinnungsproblematik, deren Ursachen nicht nur in der Massivtransfusion, sondern auch in operationsspezifischen hämostaseologischen Veränderungen zu suchen sind.

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