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Psychological and Vocational Aspects in Postinfarction Patients Below the Age of 40

  • W. Langosch
  • G. Brodner
  • U. Michallik-Herbein
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Abstract

Postinfarction patients below the age of 40 are especially in need of comprehensive rehabilitation because the infarction endangers their professional career and the social status of the family. Furthermore, it can be expected that living with a chronic disease causes considerable psychological problems. For older postinfarction patients, psychological deterioration some months after hospitalization is well documented [1–5].

Keywords

Social Withdrawal Life Habit Personality Structure Overtime Work Vital Exhaustion 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Langosch
  • G. Brodner
  • U. Michallik-Herbein
    • 1
  1. 1.RehabilitationszentrumBad KrozingenGermany

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