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Unfallverhütung als Primärprävention

  • H. Schaefer

Zusammenfassung

In der Medizin pflegt man bei fast allen Erörterungen über präventive Medizin eine Klasse von Gesundheitsschäden zu übersehen: die Unfälle. Dabei spielt der Unfall eine gewaltige Rolle, insbesondere was die Morbiditäten betrifft, aber auch hinsichtlich der Mortalität. Als Krankheitsursache sind z. B. Skiunfälle so kostenträchtig geworden, daß die AOKs beginnen, die Haftung für die Folgen von Skiunfällen aus der Haftpflicht auszuschließen, in die sie ja auch nur durch eine sehr ambivalente Versicherungspraxis hineingeraten war; nämlich auch den Urlaub und das ganze private Leben unter einen Versicherungsschutz zu stellen, dessen Kosten praktisch von der Allgemeinheit zu tragen sind.

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