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Morbus Parkinson — postoperative Betreuung und Programmierung der Impulsgeber

  • J. Volkmann
  • W. Fogel
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Zusammenfassung

Die postoperative Einstellung der chronischen Hochfrequenzstimulation beim Morbus Parkinson ist eine anspruchsvolle Tätigkeit. Sie setzt nicht nur technische und praktische Kenntnisse im Umgang mit der Programmierung der Neurostimulatoren voraus. Vielmehr muss der behandelnde Arzt über besonders gute Kenntnisse sowohl in der Klinik als auch in der medikamentösen Therapie des M. Parkinson verfügen.

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