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Corona vaccination: Protect pregnant women and newborns!

Pregnant women cannot be vaccinated against the Corona virus for the time being.
The reason is simple: scientific data on the mode of action and tolerability of the Corona vaccine during pregnancy is still lacking.

Expectant mothers and children are subject to special protection and, for ethical reasons alone, are in principle not among the test subjects [read more...]

2021-09-23T10:44:49+02:007January 2021|General, Pregnancy|0 comments

Baby TV or ultrasound check?

"Baby cinema banned from 2021" - the headline is short, clear, crisp. A good headline, a real eye-catcher.

What can be read in many newspapers, magazines and online portals at the turn of the year will probably worry expectant parents. Is ultrasound so harmful that it must be banned? Are ultrasound examinations during the [read more...]

2021-03-19T09:40:01+01:0030December 2020|Pranatal, Pregnancy|0 comments

Corona: Consultation hours despite lockdown

So, now we have entered another round in the fight against the Corona pandemic. The infection figures are rising, there are new rules and now also a strict lockdown.

On this occasion, once again the current information for our patients:

Our practice is open and consultation hours run during our opening hours.

When [read more...]

2021-03-19T09:44:52+01:0012December 2020|General, Practice|0 comments

Gyn-Koe70 on Zoom: Team Talk in Corona Times

What the chancellor and the prime ministers can do, we have been able to do for a long time. Whether it's the Corona meeting, the G20 summit or the Gyn-Koe70 meeting: nowadays people confer online. And so this time we came together with the practice team for our regular meeting on Zoom.

Although we missed the Italian antipasti, with which we usually - [read more...]

2021-03-11T10:56:56+01:0027November 2020|General, Practice|0 comments

Influenza and whooping cough: Vaccinations for pregnant women

For years now, we have been offering our pregnant patients the annual vaccination against seasonal flu (influenza).
The flu vaccination is explicitly recommended for expectant mothers from the 2nd trimester of pregnancy. We have now received the first delivery of the vaccine and have started vaccinating.

New is now also the [read more...]

2021-03-19T09:50:23+01:0015September 2020|vaccination, pregnancy|0 comments

Practice Dr. med. Berit Deiters

Big news:

Since 1 July this year, Dr Deiters has taken over the practice from Mr Dostal.

Mr Dostal, however, will continue to be present in the practice on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and will perform the outpatient operations. So nothing will change for our patients for the time being. Our three [read more...]

2021-03-19T09:53:20+01:0018July 2020|General, female staff, practice|0 comments

Corona: Office hours are on!

It's been months now since the beautiful picture with the rainbow fell into our hands when we were tidying up the waiting room in the evening. Cheerful, colourful, a bit chaotic - it goes without saying that this is going into our art-in-the-waiting-room gallery.

Who would have thought that a quarter of a year later it would become a Corona consolation picture. The [read more...]

2021-03-11T11:03:32+01:0029March 2020|General, Practice|0 comments

Early cancer detection: New regulations from 2020 onwards

Since 2020, new legal provisions for the early detection of cervical cancer have been in force.
The most important change concerns patients from the age of 35 who have statutory health insurance and who are now offered regular testing for human papilloma viruses as part of their cancer screening.

The HPV test is combined with the conventional cytological smear test of the cervix (cancer/Pap smear test) and is covered by the health insurance funds every three years. [read more...]

2021-03-19T10:57:49+01:005 January 2020|Cancer screening|0 comments

Internal training: Vaginal infections

Today we had another of our internal training sessions, for which our doctors kindly make themselves available on a regular basis. The topic: vaginal infections.

Complaints that indicate an infection in the intimate area are a frequent reason for visiting the gynaecologist. So we staff at the reception are already [read more...]

2021-03-11T11:26:07+01:0029November 2019|staff, practice|0 comments

Prenatal DNA test: health insurance coverage in risk cases

The prenatal DNA test for the early detection of a trisomy (e.g. Down syndrome/trisomy 21) has been available in Germany since 2012. The discussion about whether the costs will be covered by statutory health insurance has been going on for almost as long.

The examination of the facts took a while, now it is completed:

The Joint Federal Committee (G-BA) of doctors, hospitals and health insurance funds [read more...]

2021-03-19T11:23:13+01:0020September 2019|Pranatal, Pregnancy|0 comments
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