Pädiatrie (außer Herzchirurgie und Orthopädie)

  • J. Hausdörfer
  • E. Kramer


Die Kinderanästhesie unterscheidet sich von der Anästhesie beim Erwachsenen durch die mangelnde Ausreifung wesentlicher Organsysteme, wobei dies um so mehr gilt, je kleiner das Kind ist. Es erscheint daher gerechtfertigt, einen kurzen Überblick über charakteristische Besonderheiten zu geben.


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  • E. Kramer

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