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Ute Finckh-Krämer

Ute Finckh-Krämer
Deutscher Bundestag

Dr. rer. nat.

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Introduction
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December 1994 - August 2000
Freie Universität Berlin
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Publications (18)
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Konflikte sind allgegenwärtig, auf jeder Ebene der Gesellschaft. Jeder Mensch ist beständig davon betroffen beziehungsweise an Konflikten beteiligt. Es gibt eine unübersehbare Vielfalt von Konfliktanlässen, -ursachen, -austragungsformen, -beteiligten und -lösungen. Manche Konflikte sind strukturell so angelegt, dass sie sich nicht dauerhaft „lösen“...
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Die Sehnsucht nach Frieden und das Bemühen darum, ihn zu erhalten oder wieder herzustellen, sind so alt wie der Krieg selbst. So gab es bereits in der Antike Friedensstifter*innen (lat.: pacifici) und Gruppen oder Einzelne, die die Vision einer Welt ohne Krieg formulierten oder die es ablehnten, als Soldaten in den Krieg zu ziehen und den Herrschen...
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The Deutsches Zentralregister für kindliche Hörstörungen (DZH = German Registry for Hearing Loss in Children) has so far (30.6.2000) entered data records of 4,027 permanently hearing impaired children. These records include data on a total of 151 pairs of siblings. In seven cases a third sibling was registered. An analysis of the data of siblings w...
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The Deutsches Zentralregister für kindliche Hörstörungen (DZH = German Registry for Hearing Loss in Children) has so far (30.6.2000) entered data records of 4,027 permanently hearing impaired children. These records include data on a total of 151 pairs of siblings. In seven cases a third sibling was registered. An analysis of the data of siblings w...
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The results of international investigations on connatally acquired hearing loss are compared with the data of the German Registry on Childhood Hearing Loss (4058 cases). The connatal hearing disorders have shown a notable change in the last years regarding to aetiology and prevalence. In contrast to countries of the third world in developed nations...
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Since April 1996 the German Registry for Hearing Loss in Children has been collecting and recording various data on permanent hearing loss in children. Up to now, the data of 3882 children have been gathered nation-wide. A particularly remarkable aspect of data so far collected is the alarmingly high age at the time of diagnosis (mild hearing loss...
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This prospective study reports on the prevalence of hearing impairment in an at-risk neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) population. From 1990 to 1998, 1062 neonates were screened with the use of transitory evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) and brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA). 934 infants passed the primary screen for both ears, 75 f...
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Objective: This prospective study reports on the prevalence of hearing impairment in an at-risk neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) population. Design: From 1990 to 1998, 1062 neonates were screened with the use of transitory evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) and brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA). Results: 934 infants passed the primar...
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This prospective study reports on the prevalence of hearing impairment in an at-risk neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) population. From 1990 to 1997, 942 neonates were screened with transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) and brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA). 835 Infants passed the primary screen for both ears, 57 for one ear, a...
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Since 1994, the German Registry for hearing Loss in Children has registered data of 1500 children and by now can present results concerning the age at diagnosis of permanent hearing loss in children in Germany. The mean age at diagnosis is still very high. There is a strong correlation between age at diagnosis and degree of hearing loss, i.e., seve...
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Das Deutsche Zentralregister (DZH) für kindliche Hörstörungen hat seit 1994 Patientendatensätze von 1500 Kindern erfaßt und kann mittlerweile u.a. Aussagen und Ergebnisse zum Diagnosezeitpunkt persistierender kindlicher Hörstörungen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vorlegen. Nach wie vor ist das mittlere Alter bei der Diagnose persistierender kind...
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The German Registry for Hearing Loss in Children (DZH) processes nationwide data from audiological centers. Coping with the accrued data and its subsequent management and analysis requires a high degree of security and control. To establish a nationwide registry it is necessary at an early stage to take into consideration the legal requirements of...
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Das Deutsche Zentralregister für kindliche Hörstörungen (DZH) verarbeitet bundesweit Daten von verschiedenen audiologischen Einrichtungen. Die Bewältigung der anfallenden Datenmengen, die nachfolgende Datenverwaltung und -analyse erfordern neben einer differenzierten und kontrollierbaren Verarbeitung ein Höchstmaß an Datensicherheit. Vor allem die...

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