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18.07.2018 | Kardiogener Schock | Konsensuspapiere

Empfehlungen zur extrakorporalen kardiopulmonalen Reanimation (eCPR)

Konsensuspapier der DGIIN, DGK, DGTHG, DGfK, DGNI, DGAI, DIVI und GRC

verfasst von: Prof. Dr. G. Michels, Dr. T. Wengenmayer, Prof. Dr. C. Hagl, Prof. Dr. C. Dohmen, Prof. Dr. B. W. Böttiger, Prof. Dr. J. Bauersachs, Prof. Dr. A. Markewitz, A. Bauer, Prof. Dr. J.-T. Gräsner, Prof. Dr. R. Pfister, Prof. Dr. A. Ghanem, Prof. Dr. H.-J. Busch, Prof. Dr. U. Kreimeier, Dr. A. Beckmann, Prof. Dr. M. Fischer, Prof. Dr. C. Kill, Prof. Dr. U. Janssens, Prof. Dr. S. Kluge, F. Born, Prof. Dr. H. M. Hoffmeister, PD Dr. M. Preusch, Prof. Dr. U. Boeken, Prof. Dr. R. Riessen, Prof. Dr. H. Thiele

Erschienen in: Die Kardiologie | Ausgabe 5/2018

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Zusammenfassung

Die extrakorporale kardiopulmonale Reanimation („extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation“, eCPR) kann als Rettungsversuch für hoch selektierte Patienten mit refraktärem Herz-Kreislauf-Stillstand und potenziell reversibler Ätiologie erwogen werden. Aktuell fehlen randomisiert-kontrollierte Studien zur eCPR und es existieren keine validen Prädiktoren für Nutzen und Risiko, die bei der Indikationsstellung hilfreich sein könnten. Die bisherigen Selektionskriterien und Abläufe sind klinikspezifisch und ein (nationaler) standardisierter Algorithmus fehlt. Das vorliegende Konsensuspapier bietet basierend auf einer konsentierten Expertenmeinung den Vorschlag für ein standardisiertes Vorgehen bei eCPR.
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Metadaten
Titel
Empfehlungen zur extrakorporalen kardiopulmonalen Reanimation (eCPR)
Konsensuspapier der DGIIN, DGK, DGTHG, DGfK, DGNI, DGAI, DIVI und GRC
verfasst von
Prof. Dr. G. Michels
Dr. T. Wengenmayer
Prof. Dr. C. Hagl
Prof. Dr. C. Dohmen
Prof. Dr. B. W. Böttiger
Prof. Dr. J. Bauersachs
Prof. Dr. A. Markewitz
A. Bauer
Prof. Dr. J.-T. Gräsner
Prof. Dr. R. Pfister
Prof. Dr. A. Ghanem
Prof. Dr. H.-J. Busch
Prof. Dr. U. Kreimeier
Dr. A. Beckmann
Prof. Dr. M. Fischer
Prof. Dr. C. Kill
Prof. Dr. U. Janssens
Prof. Dr. S. Kluge
F. Born
Prof. Dr. H. M. Hoffmeister
PD Dr. M. Preusch
Prof. Dr. U. Boeken
Prof. Dr. R. Riessen
Prof. Dr. H. Thiele
Publikationsdatum
18.07.2018
Verlag
Springer Medizin
Erschienen in
Die Kardiologie / Ausgabe 5/2018
Print ISSN: 2731-7129
Elektronische ISSN: 2731-7137
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12181-018-0268-z

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