Perioperativer Umgang mit Thrombozytenaggregationshemmern

  title={Perioperativer Umgang mit Thrombozytenaggregationshemmern},
  author={Johanna Wagner and J. F. Lock and Verena Luber and Ulrich Andreas Dietz and Sven Lichthardt and Niels Matthes and Katica Krajinovic and Christoph T. Germer and Stefan Knop and Armin Wiegering},
  journal={Der Chirurg},
ZusammenfassungPro Jahr werden in Deutschland ca. 16 Mio. operative Eingriffe durchgeführt. Eine nicht unerhebliche Anzahl an Patienten nehmen Thrombozytenaggregationshemmer als Primär- oder Sekundärprophylaxe ein, um das Risiko kardiovaskulärer Ereignisse zu reduzieren. Besonders in der perioperativen Phase ist diese Risikoreduktion relevant, da perioperative Myokardinfarkte in bis zu 6,2 % der Operationen festgestellt wurden. Andererseits wird aufgrund des mutmaßlich erhöhten Blutungsrisikos… 
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