Beatmung während der kardiopulmonalen Reanimation

@article{Wenzel1997BeatmungWD,
  title={Beatmung w{\"a}hrend der kardiopulmonalen Reanimation},
  author={Volker Wenzel and Karl H. Lindner and A. W. Prengel},
  journal={Notfall},
  year={1997},
  volume={0},
  pages={20-28}
}
Ohne Hilfsmittel ist die Mund-zu-Mund-Beatmung sicherlich die beste Methode, um einen Pateinten mit Kreislaufstillstand zu beatmen. Wenn der Helfer jedoch eine Mund-zu-Mund-Beatmung nicht durchführen will, sollten zumindestens Thoraxkompressionen durchgeführt werden. Bei der Beatmung mit einem ungeschützten Luftweg sind kleine Atemhubvolumina von ca. 0,5 l statt 0,8–1,2 l wahrscheinlich vorteilhaft. Das Sellick-Manöver bei der Beatmung mit einem ungeschützten Luftweg ist wichtig, um eine… 
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