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Thoraxdiagnostik in der neonatalen Intensivmedizin

  • H. C. Oppermann

Zusammenfassung

In der Diagnostik atemgestörter Früh- und Neugeborener steht auch heute noch von allen bildgebenden Methoden die Thoraxnativaufnahme an erster Stelle. In besonderen Fällen ergeben die Thoraxsonographie und Echokardiographie eine zusätzliche Information über Art und Schweregrad der Erkrankung von Herz und Lungen.

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1.5 Pleuradrainagen und ihre Komplikationen

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2.3 Transitorische Neugeborenen-Tachypnoe („wet lung disease“)

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