Belastungs-EKG

  • L. Samek
  • H. Roskamm

Zusammenfassung

Seit der Einführung des Belastungs-EKG in den frühen 30er Jahren (Goldhammer u. Scherf 1932, Dietrich u. Schwiegk 1933) entwickelte sich diese Untersuchungsmethode zu einer der brauchbarsten diagnostischen Hilfen für die objektive und quantitative Erfassung der Belastungscoronarinsuffizienz. Pathophysiologisch liegt der Belastungscoronarinsuffizienz ein vorübergehendes Mißverhältnis zwischen Sauerstoffangebot und -bedarf zugrunde. Morphologisch liegt in der überwiegenden Anzahl der Patienten eine stenosierende Coronarsklerose vor.

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