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Periphere Blockaden

  • B. Koßmann

Zusammenfassung

Obwohl sehr viele Medikamente zur postoperativen Schmerzbehandlung zur Verfügung stehen, die in unterschiedlichster Weise kombiniert und verabreicht werden können, ist die postoperative Schmerzbehandlung in den meisten Krankenhäusern noch nicht zufriedenstellend gelöst.

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