Girls came to the hospital with 3.9 per thousand

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A 16-year-old girl was hospitalized by the Berlin fire brigade with 3.9 per thousand.

After they had found the girl drunk on the Werellinstrasse in the Neukölln district, passers-by alarmed the emergency call at around 0.35 a.m. The 16-year-old was so drunk that she could no longer stand on her own two feet and kept collapsing, the helpers report. The youth then lost consciousness in the ambulance of the rescue workers who were called in and was brought to the hospital by the paramedics. Here the doctors found a blood alcohol level of 3.9 per thousand, which can be life-threatening, especially for adolescents. According to the experts, even a blood alcohol level as low as 3.0 per mille may be fatal. However, the girl is reportedly not at risk of death, but according to the police, she remains under medical supervision for the time being. That same night, the rescue workers in Berlin picked up a 15-year-old boy who was completely drunk at the Bayerischer Platz subway station. Passengers had alarmed the emergency call due to the apparently helpless condition of the youth. The boy also had a shockingly high blood alcohol level of 2.1 per mille.

Hospital admissions due to alcohol abuse are increasing The number of adolescents who have to be hospitalized with alcohol poisoning has increased dramatically across Germany in recent years. On the basis of the information provided by the regional statistical offices, the German Employee Health Insurance Fund (DAK) determined that the number of alcohol abuse cases to be treated clinically in people between the ages of ten and 20 years has increased in some cases by more than 70 percent in the past six years. In many federal states, the number of alcohol-related hospitalizations by young people reached a worrying high last year, the DAK reported at the end of last year. Therefore, the health insurance companies want to significantly intensify their prevention work in cooperation with doctors and clinics in the coming years. For example, the DAK's “colorful instead of blue” campaign goes directly to schools to educate them about the consequences of alcohol abuse. (fp)

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