Obstruktiver Schock

  title={Obstruktiver Schock},
  author={Henryk Pich and Axel R. Heller},
  journal={Der Anaesthesist},
ZusammenfassungEine akute Obstruktion des Blutflusses in Stammgefäßen des Körper- oder Lungenkreislaufs führt zum klinischen Bild des Schocks mit Bewusstseinsstörung, Zentralisation, Oligurie, Blutdruckabfall und Tachykardie. Handelt es sich um eine intravasale Strombahnverlegung z. B. im Rahmen einer Pulmonalarterienembolie hat dies eine akute Erhöhung der rechtsventrikulären Nachlast zur Folge. Bei einem Spannungspneumothorax wird die Obstruktion der blutzuführenden Gefäße durch einen Anstieg… Expand
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Schock im Kindesalter – viele Ursachen und schwierig zu erkennen
The lengthened capillary refill time (CRT) is a very specific and early sign of centralization, whereas the blood pressure values in childhood can remain normal for a long time despite severe shock through an increase of the peripheral resistance. Expand
Die vier Schockformen – Teil 3: obstruktiver Schock
Dieser Ubersichtsartikel beschreibt die verschiedenen zugrunde liegenden Ursachen, mogliche diagnostische Algorithmen und Hilfsmittel sowie die therapeutischen Optionen. Expand
The Nomenclature, Definition and Distinction of Types of Shock.
A newly developed, clinically oriented classification of the various types of shock and their therapeutic implications is presented to facilitate the goal-driven treatment of shock in both the pre-hospital and the inpatient setting. Expand


Kardiogener Schock
Cardiogenic shock is most commonly a complication of acute myocardial infarction and the ischemic loss of functional myocardium triggers distinct cardiovascular responses which can deteriorate to global pump failure with a mortality rate of more than 50%. Expand
Anesthetic management of patients with an anterior mediastinal mass: Continuing Professional Development
It appears prudent to avoid general anesthesia when possible for patients at the highest risk, and a comprehensive plan must be formulated preoperatively with the surgical team when general anesthesia is required. Expand
Cardiac tamponade and pericardial effusion: respiratory variation in transvalvular flow velocities studied by Doppler echocardiography.
Clinical and hemodynamic data in patients with severe cardiac tamponade suggest that these patients may represent an intermediate stage of pericardial effusion with an element of hemodynamic compromise. Expand
Sensitivity and Specificity of Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Pericardial Effusion
A method of estimating pericardial volume is proposed, which uses the difference between the cubed diameters at the end-diastole of thepericardium and epicardium, which is based on echocardiograms of diagnostic quality. Expand
Acute abdominal aortic occlusion.
Three cases of acute abdominal aortic occlusion from different mechanisms are presented and the literature concerning presentation and management is reviewed. Expand
A new cross sectional echocardiographic method for estimating the volume of large pericardial effusions.
The data indicate that the echocardiographic method is sufficiently reliable to provide useful estimates for practical clinical purposes and cannot be claimed to be definite in measuring quantity of pericardial fluid drained. Expand
[Guidelines on the diagnosis and management of pericardial diseases. Executive summary].
ESC Committee for Practice Guidelines (CPG), Silvia G. Priori (Chairperson) (Italy), Maria Angeles Alonso Garcia (Spain), Jean-Jacques Blanc (France), Andrzej Budaj (Poland), Martin Cowie (UK),Expand
Physiologic Changes of Pregnancy
This chapter reviews the physiologic alterations of normal pregnancy and their anesthetic implications and appropriate adaptation of anesthetic techniques to these changes. Expand
Chest X-Ray in Clinical Practice
Chest X-ray in clinical practice / , Chest X-ray in clinical practice / , کتابخانه دیجیتال جندی شاپور اهواز
Understanding cardiac output
A simple analogy comparing cardiac output with the speed of a bicycle is used to help appreciate better the effects of various disease processes and interventions on cardiac output and its four components. Expand