Vergleich einer Zyklustester-Software/Algorithmus mit der validierten Methodik Sensiplan zur Bestimmung der fertilen Phase im Zyklus der Frau

  title={Vergleich einer Zyklustester-Software/Algorithmus mit der validierten Methodik Sensiplan zur Bestimmung der fertilen Phase im Zyklus der Frau},
  author={L. Steinhardt},
Methoden der Naturlichen Familienplanung (NFP) wurden entwickelt, um durch Beobachtung von sich im Laufe des Zyklus verandernden Symptomen die fruchtbaren Tage im Zyklus zu bestimmen. Sie stellen eine Alternative zur hormonellen Verhutung dar. Eine bekannte Methode ist die symptothermale Methode oder Sensiplan®, bei der die fruchtbaren Tage mit einer Kombination aus Messung der basalen Korpertemperatur und Bewertung des Zervixschleims bestimmt werden. Um Frauen bei der Anwendung der Methoden… Expand


Natürliche Familienplanung – aktueller Stand
ZusammenfassungHintergrundNatürliche Familienplanung (NFP) ist ein Sammelbegriff für zahlreiche Methoden, die sich hinsichtlich Sicherheit, Praktikabilität und Akzeptanz erheblich unterscheiden.Expand
Natürliche Fertilität
Die Beratung von Frauen mit nicht abgeschlossener Familienplanung hat für alle Frauenärzte große Bedeutung: Kontrazeption heute – Reproduktion morgen – erneute Kontrazeption übermorgen. Dabei ist dieExpand
Natürliche Familienplanung
Women can reliably and independently determine the fertile window of their individual cycle without much effort and this method can be used for family planning and differentiated monitoring of a woman’s cycle. Expand
Calendar rhythm efficacy: a review
  • R. Kambic, V. Lamprecht
  • Medicine
  • Advances in contraception : the official journal of the Society for the Advancement of Contraception
  • 1996
There exist few studies of the calendar rhythm method and analysis of the best of these studies resulted in a conservative estimated Pearl rate of 18.5±1.8, and a less conservative estimate of 15.0±4.0, standardized to 12 months' observation. Expand
Determination of the fertile window: Reproductive competence of women – European cycle databases
Self-observation of the fertile window puts women into a position to develop a high level of reproductive competence that could be used much more in different areas than is currently the case. Expand
Results of an Efficacy-Finding Study (EFS) with the Computer-Thermometer Cyclotest 2 Plus Containing 207 Cycles
It was found that the Cyclotest 2 plus algorithm led to dangerous reduction of the fertile time in only 2 out of 207 woman cycles (0.96%). Expand
Cycle Monitors and Devices in Natural Family Planning
It is figured out that only for one hormone- and for one temperature-computerreasonable prospective studies exist and urgently need moreclinical studies on menstrual cycle monitors for reliable information of the users. Expand
Bayesian selection of optimal rules for timing intercourse to conceive by using calendar and mucus.
Couples can shorten their time to pregnancy efficiently by timing intercourse on days that the most fertile-type mucus symptom is observed at the vulva, by using Bayesian methods to search over a large set of possible clinical rules. Expand
Pilot test and validation of the Peak Day method of prospective determination of ovulation against a handheld urine hormone monitor
The development and validation of a simple, prospective method, the Peak Day method, to determine likely day of ovulation based upon daily observations of cervical fluid, which could be applied by researchers to target periconceptional or very early developmental stage exposure assessment. Expand
Prediction of ovulation by urinary hormone measurements with the home use ClearPlan Fertility Monitor: comparison with transvaginal ultrasound scans and serum hormone measurements.
Home use performance of the ClearPlan Fertility Monitor (CPFM) in ovulation prediction compared with transvaginal ultrasonography and serum hormone measurements is tested and may have potential as a diagnostic aid and for monitoring the treatment of infertility. Expand