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Respiratory diseases of children in an early age as a cause of absenteeism of the mothers from their working place and economical losses caused herewith

Respiratory diseases of children in an early age as a cause of absenteeism of the mothers from their working place and economical losses caused herewith

Arztliche Jugendkunde 72(3): 189-194

ISSN/ISBN: 0001-9518

PMID: 7270320

Acute respiratory diseases of children are the most important factor in all institutions for children before school age. Pediatrics and preventive medicine have here hard to work against many medical social and economic problems. Till now, we did not know exactly, how great is the financial loss and reduction of produced goods, if working woman have as mothers to stay at home to take care for their ill children. Therefore during a whole year (Sept. 1976/Aug. 1977) in the town Thale all children in creeches and other children's institutions before school age were registered. In this period a number of 2 134 days resulted from 120 mothers, obliged to stay at home by an acute respiratory disease of their children. This means a loss of 1 182 102.90 M. For 93 single mothers, 18 065.71 M are to add to this amount payed by insurance. All preventive and therapeutic measures against such respiratory diseases in an early children's age have therefore to be intensified.

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