Schulische Gesundheitserziehung

  • M. Klett

Zusammenfassung

Kardiovaskuläre Erkrankungen sind heute die Hauptursache vorzeitiger Todesfälle in der westlichen Gesellschaft (WHO 1982). Dieses Ergebnis sorgfältiger epidemiologischer Untersuchungen wird ergänzt durch die Erkenntnis, daß die Entstehung kardiovaskulärer Erkrankungen bis in das Kindes- und Jugendalter zurückverfolgt werden kann. Als typische pathophysiologische Veränderung gilt das Auftreten fettiger Streifen in den Koronararterien junger Menschen (McGill et al. 1963; Strasser 1982). Einer Veränderung, die in ihrer Verteilung den bei Erwachsenen beobachteten fibroesen Plaques entspricht (McGill 1968). Die multifaktorielle Genese kardiovaskulärer Erkrankungen war Gegenstand zahlreicher Veröffentlichungen und dient als wissenschaftliche Grundlage für die Ausrichtung zeitgemäßer Interventionsprogramme (Botvin et al. 1982, ODPHP 1986).

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