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Operationen in Hypnose statt Narkose

  • H. U. Burri
  • Theres Miller

Summary

The aim of the paper is to brief guidelines on hypnotic techniques for physic cians, anesthesiologists, midwives, nurses, and other hospital personnel, all of whom should have some basic training and practical experience in this field, to help them (a) establish hypnotic anesthesia as a substitute for drug-induced anesthesia and/or (b) employ hypnotic techniques as a supplement to normal drug-induced anesthesia in order to reduce the anesthetic dose required. In addition, this paper pleads the case for substituting chemical means of pain reduction by techniques of relaxation and fear reduction such as a autogenic training and hypnotherapy, in order for the patients to gain self-confidence and self-responsibility in their dealings with pain. The important role of purposely and consciously given positive suggestions in everyday work with patients by doctors is also stressed.

Zusammenfassung

Dieser Beitrag will eine Anleitung für Ärzte, Anästhesiepfleger, Krankenpflegepersonal, Hebammen, Hypnosetherapeuten sein, die alle eine Grundausbildung in Hypnosetechniken sowie einige praktische Erfahrung besitzen, Hypnoseanästhesien mit ihren Patienten erzielen zu können und/oder normale chemische Narkosen mit Hypnosetechniken zu begleiten, um den Patienten die Belastung durch Narkosemittel zu verringern. Außerdem plädiert dieser Beitrag dafür, daß neben den medikamentösen Schmerztherapien vermehrt auch Entängstigungs-und Entspannungstechniken wie das AT und die Hypnosetherapie eingesetzt werden, um somit den Patienten zu mehr Selbstverantwortung und auch Selbstvertrauen im Umgang mit Schmerzen zu verhelfen. Die Bedeutung der bewußt gegebenen, positiven Suggestionen im normalen klinischen Alltag durch die Ärzte wird dabei ebenfalls erläutert.

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  • H. U. Burri
  • Theres Miller

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