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EM:RAP 2017 March German Edition

Tobias Becker, MD, Christian Hohenstein, MD, and Thomas Fleischmann, MD
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EM:RAP 2017 March Written Summary 580 KB - PDF

Wer würde nicht gern einen Patienten mit Lungenarterienembolie thrombolysieren ohne sich vor einer Blutungskomplikation fürchten zu müssen? Thomas und ich besprechen, ob die kathetergestützte Thrombolyse eine Lösung für dieses Problem bietet. Weitere Themen sind: Intraossäre Zugänge - welche Nadellänge für welchen Patienten? Kinder mit Kopfverletzungen - wo sind die gutartigen Hämatome und bei welcher Hämatomlokalisation sollte man ein CT erwägen? Christian erklärt uns auch einige Details über die Dosierung von Induktionsmedikamenten bei instabilen bzw. schockigen Patienten.

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