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  • Publication
    Österreichische Bewegungsempfehlungen für Frauen während der Schwangerschaft und danach, für Kinder im Kindergartenalter und für Kinder und Jugendliche
    (Thieme, 2020)
    Ring-Dimitriou, Susanne 
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    Windsperger, Karin 
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    Felder-Puig, Rosemarie 
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    Zeuschner, Verena 
    ;
    Lercher, Piero 
      85  1Scopus© Citations 1
  • Publication
    Fetal Assessment in Pregnancy (Indication and Methodology for Fetal Monitoring in a low-risk Population). Guideline of the DGGG, DEGUM, OEGGG and SGGG (S3-Level, AWMF Registry No. 015/089, February 2023)
    (2023)
    Sven Schiermeier
    ;
    Constantin Sylvius von Kaisenberg
    ;
    Sven Kehl
    ;
    Frank Reister
    ;
    Beatrice Mosimann
    ;
    Philipp Reif
    ;
    Werner Harlfinger
    ;
    Klaus König
    ;
    Christiane Schwarz
    ;
    Elke Matern
    ;
    Maritta Kühnert
    ;
    Ralf Schmitz
    ;
    Markus Hoopmann
    ;
    Andrea Ramsell
    ;
    Barbara Stocker Kalberer
    ;
    Petra Graf Heule
    ;
    Silke Heinzl
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    ;
    Patricia Gruber
    ;
    Horst Steiner
    ;
    Leonard Schäffer
    Purpose The aim of this guideline was to find evidence on whether carrying out Doppler examinations and CTGs in low-risk cohorts of pregnant women improves outcomes. Methods First, a systematic search for guidelines was carried out. Identified guidelines were evaluated using the DELPHI instrument of the AWMF. Three guidelines were found to be suitable to evaluate CTG. Two DEGUM best practice guidelines were judged suitable to describe the methods. All studies on this issue were additionally analyzed using 8 PICO questions. A structured consensus of the participating professional societies was achieved using a nominal group process and a structured consensus conference moderated by an independent moderator. Recommendations No antepartum Doppler sonography examinations should be carried out in low-risk cohorts in the context of antenatal care. No antepartum CTG should be carried out in low-risk cohorts. Note The guideline will be published simultaneously in the official journals of both professional societies (i. e., Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde for the DGGG and Ultraschall in der Medizin/European Journal of Ultrasound for the DEGUM).
      4  1
  • Publication
    Schmerztherapie in der Schwangerschaft : Eine expertInnenbasierte interdisziplinäre Konsensus-Empfehlung
    (Springer, 2021)
    Marhofer, Daniela 
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    Jaksch, Wolfgang 
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    Aigmüller, Thomas 
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    Jochberger, Stefan 
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    Urlesberger, Berndt 
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    Pils, Katharina 
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    Maier, Barbara 
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    Likar, Rudolf 
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    Wallner, Roswitha 
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    Fink, Petra 
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    Grögl, Gabriele 
      84  1Scopus© Citations 4
  • Publication
    Fetal Assessment in Pregnancy (Indication and Methodology for Fetal Monitoring in a Low-risk Population). Guideline of the DGGG, DEGUM, OEGGG and SGGG (S3-Level, AWMF Registry No. 015/089, February 2023)
    (2023)
    Sven Schiermeier
    ;
    Constantin Sylvius von Kaisenberg
    ;
    Sven Kehl
    ;
    Frank Reister
    ;
    Beatrice Mosimann
    ;
    Philipp Reif
    ;
    Werner Harlfinger
    ;
    Klaus König
    ;
    Christiane Schwarz
    ;
    Elke Matern
    ;
    Maritta Kühnert
    ;
    Ralf Schmitz
    ;
    Markus Hoopmann
    ;
    Andrea Ramsell
    ;
    Barbara Stocker Kalberer
    ;
    Petra Graf Heule
    ;
    Silke Heinzl
    ;
    ;
    Patricia Gruber
    ;
    Horst Steiner
    ;
    Leonard Schaeffer
    Purpose The aim of this guideline was to find evidence on whether carrying out Doppler examinations and CTGs in low-risk cohorts of pregnant women improves outcomes. Methods First, a systematic search for guidelines was carried out. Identified guidelines were evaluated using the DELPHI instrument of the AWMF. Three guidelines were found to be suitable to evaluate CTG. Two DEGUM best practice guidelines were judged suitable to describe the methods. All studies on this issue were additionally analyzed using 8 PICO questions. A structured consensus of the participating professional societies was achieved using a nominal group process and a structured consensus conference moderated by an independent moderator. Recommendations No antepartum Doppler sonography examinations should be carried out in low-risk cohorts in the context of antenatal care. No antepartum CTG should be carried out in low-risk cohorts. Note The guideline will be published simultaneously in the official journals of both professional societies (i.e., Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde for the DGGG and Ultraschall in der Medizin/European Journal of Ultrasound for the DEGUM).
      4  1Scopus© Citations 1
  • Publication
    Vaginal Birth at Term – Part 1. Guideline of the DGGG, OEGGG and SGGG (S3-Level, AWMF Registry No. 015/083, December 2020)
    (2022)
    Michael Abou-Dakn
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    Rainhild Schäfers
    ;
    Nina Peterwerth
    ;
    Kirsten Asmushen
    ;
    Susanne Bässler-Weber
    ;
    Ulrike Boes
    ;
    Andrea Bosch
    ;
    David Ehm
    ;
    Thorsten Fischer
    ;
    Monika Greening
    ;
    Katharina Hartmann
    ;
    Günther Heller
    ;
    Claudia Kapp
    ;
    Constantin von Kaisenberg
    ;
    ;
    Peter Kranke
    ;
    Burkhard Lawrenz
    ;
    Frank Louwen
    ;
    Christine Loytved
    ;
    Wolf Lütje
    ;
    Elke Mattern
    ;
    Renate Nielsen
    ;
    Frank Reister
    ;
    Rolf Schlösser
    ;
    Christiane Schwarz
    ;
    Volker Stephan
    ;
    Barbara Stocker Kalberer
    ;
    Axel Valet
    ;
    Manuel Wenk
    ;
    Sven Kehl
    Purpose This guideline aims to summarize the current state of knowledge about vaginal birth at term. The guideline focuses on definitions of the physiological stages of labor as well as differentiating between various pathological developments and conditions. It also assesses the need for intervention and the options to avoid interventions. This first part presents recommendations and statements about patient information and counselling, general patient care, monitoring of patients, pain management and quality control measures for vaginal birth. Methods The German recommendations largely reproduce the recommendations of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) CG 190 guideline “Intrapartum care for healthy women and babies”. Other international guidelines were also consulted in specific cases when compiling this guideline. In addition, a systematic search and analysis of the literature was carried out using PICO questions, if this was considered necessary, and other systematic reviews and individual studies were taken into account. For easier comprehension, the assessment tools of the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) were used to evaluate the quality of the additionally consulted studies. Otherwise, the GRADE system was used for the NICE guideline and the evidence reports of the IQWiG were used to evaluate the quality of the evidence. Recommendations Recommendations and statements were formulated based on identified evidence and/or a structured consensus.
      4  1Scopus© Citations 5
  • Publication
    Vaginal Birth at Term – Part 2. Guideline of the DGGG, OEGGG and SGGG (S3-Level, AWMF Registry No. 015/083, December 2020)
    (2022)
    Michael Abou-Dakn
    ;
    Rainhild Schäfers
    ;
    Nina Peterwerth
    ;
    Kirsten Asmushen
    ;
    Susanne Bässler-Weber
    ;
    Ulrike Boes
    ;
    Andrea Bosch
    ;
    David Ehm
    ;
    Thorsten Fischer
    ;
    Monika Greening
    ;
    Katharina Hartmann
    ;
    Günther Heller
    ;
    Claudia Kapp
    ;
    Constantin von Kaisenberg
    ;
    ;
    Peter Kranke
    ;
    Burkhard Lawrenz
    ;
    Frank Louwen
    ;
    Christine Loytved
    ;
    Wolf Lütje
    ;
    Elke Mattern
    ;
    Renate Nielsen
    ;
    Frank Reister
    ;
    Rolf Schlösser
    ;
    Christiane Schwarz
    ;
    Volker Stephan
    ;
    Barbara Stocker Kalberer
    ;
    Axel Valet
    ;
    Manuel Wenk
    ;
    Sven Kehl
    Purpose This guideline aims to summarize the current state of knowledge about vaginal birth at term. The guideline focuses on definitions of the physiological stages of labor as well as differentiating between various pathological developments and conditions. It also assesses the need for intervention and the options to avoid interventions. The second part of this guideline presents recommendations and statements on care during the dilation and expulsion stages as well as during the placental/postnatal stage. Methods The German recommendations largely reproduce the recommendations of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) CG190 guideline “Intrapartum care for healthy women and babies”. Other international guidelines were also consulted in individual cases when compiling this guideline. In addition, a systematic search and analysis of the literature was carried out using PICO questions where necessary, and other systematic reviews and individual studies were taken into account. For easier comprehension, the assessment tools of the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) were used to evaluate the quality of additionally consulted studies. Otherwise, the GRADE system was used for the NICE guideline, and the evidence reports of the IQWiG were used to evaluate the quality of the evidence. Recommendations Recommendations and statements were formulated based on identified evidence and/or a structured consensus.
      4  1Scopus© Citations 4