Disclaimer

Please read these Terms of Use, the Copyright Notice and other legal notices (“Terms of Use”) carefully before using this website.

Scope of application

These Terms of Use govern the use of information provided by the websites (hereinafter “website”) operated by the Swiss Trauma Foundation, headquartered in Wallisellen (Switzerland).

Acceptance of the Terms of Use

The Swiss Trauma Foundation makes the website available to the user on condition that he accepts these Terms of Use, the regulations on Data privacy and the use of Cookies without reservation. The consent is given by calling up and using the website.

Alteration

The Swiss Trauma Foundation reserves the right, at its own discretion, to change this website and the general terms of use in whole or in part and/or to discontinue its operation at any time without prior notice.

Disclaimer of liability

This website is for information purposes only. It does not represent medical advice and under no circumstances replaces medical examinations, advice and treatments by specialists. Nothing on this website can be construed as advice or recommendation. This website should not serve as a basis for any decision or action.

All information, documents, graphics published on this website have been compiled and checked to the best of our knowledge and belief. However, the Swiss Trauma Foundation makes no warranty or liability (whether express or implied) in connection with the use of this website. In particular, no guarantee or liability is assumed for damages of any kind whatsoever with regard to the completeness, correctness or topicality of the information or opinions provided on this website. In particular, the Swiss Trauma Foundation is not obliged to remove any outdated information from the website or to expressly mark it as such.

Neither the Swiss Trauma Foundation nor third parties involved in the creation, production or transmission of this website can be held liable for damage or injury resulting from access or the impossibility of access or from the use or impossibility of use of this website or from the fact that you have relied on information contained on this website.

This website contains links to the websites of other providers. These links are provided solely as a convenience to you and do not constitute an endorsement of the content of any other website. In principle, the Swiss Trauma Foundation cannot assume any responsibility for a website of another provider. The activation of a link is therefore at the user’s own risk.

Copyrights

All content is protected by trademark, patent, copyright and other rights for the protection of intellectual property and is the property of the Swiss Trauma Foundation. The rights of third parties are reserved.

The user may display, save, print and copy the contents for private use only. The contents may not be changed by the user and all references to copyright and trademark rights must be retained. Any further use of the contents or parts thereof requires the prior written consent of the Swiss Trauma Foundation.

In particular, it is prohibited without the prior written consent of the Swiss Trauma Foundation:

  • any form of dissemination, forwarding, editing and reproduction of the contents or parts thereof for commercial purposes
  • any form of publication of the contents or parts thereof and any form of publication of derivative works based essentially on contents or parts thereof, including for non-commercial purposes
  • the linking of other websites with the contents or parts thereof by links.

Application of law and place of jurisdiction

The website is intended for international use. However, the Swiss Trauma Foundation does not guarantee that the information presented on this website is correct worldwide. If you access this website and/or download content, you are responsible for compliance with local laws applicable in your location.

This website is controlled, operated and maintained by the Swiss Trauma Foundation in Wallisellen (Switzerland). These terms and conditions shall be governed exclusively by Swiss law. Place of jurisdiction is Wallisellen, Switzerland.