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Alkoholprobleme in der Hausarztpraxis — die Stellung biologischer Marker

  • Hedi Decrey Wick
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Alkohol ist eines der größten Hindernisse auf dem Weg zur Verwirklichung des Zieles der WHO „Gesundheit für alle“. Laut WHO betragen die durch Alkohol verursachten Kosten in vielen Ländern 5–6% des BNP. Die meisten Alkoholprobleme werden durch Konsumenten verursacht, welche durch ihr Verhalten Risiken in Kauf nehmen, ohne alkoholabhängig zu sein. Schätzungsweise 20% der Männer und 7% der Frauen in der Schweiz müssen aufgrund ihres Verhaltens als alkoholgefährdet oder alkoholabhängig bezeichnet werden (20).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hedi Decrey Wick
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  1. 1.FMH für innere Medizin, Leitende Ärztin Unité d’alcoologiePoliclinique médicale universitaireLausanneSchweiz

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