Herzkrankheiten pp 1398-1409 | Cite as

Diuretika

  • N. Kröger
  • H. Frenzel

Zusammenfassung

Durch die Verminderung des Herzzeitvolumens werden nervale und neurohumorale Mechanismen in Gang gesetzt, die über Erhöhung des peripheren Widerstands und über vermehrte Salz- und Wasserretention den systemischen Blutdruck, das Plasmavolumen und damit das Herzzeitvolumen steigern sollen. Für die Ödempathogenese entscheidend ist die vermehrte Salz- und Wasserretention der Niere.

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