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  • 1 Semmelweis Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Budapest, Városmajor u. 68., 1122
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Az enyhe terápiás hypothermia az utóbbi évtizedben elfogadott és elterjedt intenzív terápiás módszerré vált a hirtelen szívhalált elszenvedett és sikeresen resuscitált betegek kezelésében. Bár a rendelkezésre álló evidenciák alapján a terápiás hypothermia a resuscitatiós irányelvek részét alkotja, terápiás alkalmazása számos ponton csupán tapasztalati tényekre alapszik. Különösen intenzív szakmai vita tárgyát képezi az ideális célhőmérséklet és a nem sokkolandó ritmussal feltalált betegek hűtésének kérdése. A hypothermia szinte az összes szervrendszer működését befolyásolja, ezért ezek ismerete elengedhetetlen a mellékhatások korai felismerésében és kezelésében. A szerzők célja, hogy a rendelkezésre álló vizsgálati eredmények és saját gyakorlati tapasztalataik alapján összegezzék a terápiás hypothermia klinikai szerepét a resuscitatión átesett betegek kezelésében. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(16), 611–617.

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