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Brandverletzungen

  • Doris Balogh

Zusammenfassung

Die Zahl der schweren lebensbedrohlichen Brandverletzungen hat in Mitteleuropa in den letzten 25 Jahren deutlich abgenommen. Bessere Sicherheitsbestimmungen in Industriebetrieben, spezielle Ausbildung, schwer brennbare Materialien sowie Aufklärung und Erziehung haben zu dieser günstigen Entwicklung geführt. Trotzdem ereignen sich immer wieder Unfälle.

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