ПОСЛЕОПЕРАЦИОННЫЕ ЛЕГОЧНЫЕ ОСЛОЖНЕНИЯ В НЕКАРДИАЛЬНОЙ ХИРУРГИИ (обзор литературы)
И. Н. Пасечник
ФГБУ ДПО «Центральная государственная медицинская академия» УД Президента РФ, г. Москва
С. С. Мурашко
ФГБУ ДПО «Центральная государственная медицинская академия» УД Президента РФ, г. Москва
К. М. Маркелов
ФГБУ ДПО «Центральная государственная медицинская академия» УД Президента РФ, г. Москва

Ключевые слова

послеоперационные легочные осложнения
нейромышечный блок
сугаммадекс

Как цитировать

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И. Н. Пасечник, С. С. Мурашко, и К. М. Маркелов, ПОСЛЕОПЕРАЦИОННЫЕ ЛЕГОЧНЫЕ ОСЛОЖНЕНИЯ В НЕКАРДИАЛЬНОЙ ХИРУРГИИ (обзор литературы), КМКВ, вып. 3, сс. 69-77, авг. 2021.

Аннотация

Увеличение количества больных пожилого и старческого возраста в некардиальной хирургии сопровождается возрастанием числа послеоперационных легочных осложнений (ПОЛО). ПОЛО в значительной степени влияют на результаты хирургического лечения и долговременный прогноз жизни пациента. Определение факторов риска и проведение профилактических мероприятий ПОЛО является важной стратегией оказания хирургической помощи. Современное направление предотвращения ПОЛО - управление нейромышечным блоком во время общей анестезии.

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