Atmungsorgane

  • D. Reinhardt
  • H. J. Arndt
  • D. Berdel
  • C. Rieger

Zusammenfassung

Ein Kind im Kindergarten erkrankt unter unseren Lebensbedingungen jährlich durchschnittlich 7mal an fieberhaften Infektionen der oberen Atemwege; ein Kind von 9 Jahren erkrankt 3- bis 4mal und ein 12jähriges etwa 1- bis 2mal pro Jahr.

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  • D. Reinhardt
  • H. J. Arndt
  • D. Berdel
  • C. Rieger

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