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Ultraschallscreening

  • B. K. Wittmann
  • A. G. Ross
  • D. N. Cox
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Zusammenfassung

Mit Neufassung der Mutterschaftsrichtlinien vom 31.10. 1979 sind 2 Ultraschalluntersuchungen im Sinne eines „Screenings“ (Massenuntersuchung) eingeführt. Die Bundesrepublik Deutschland hat mit dieser Strategie der „Durchsiebung“ aller Schwangeren ohne Zweifel einen Schritt in die richtige Richtung getan. Ob die Zeit schon reif dafür war, wird von manchen Kritikern bezweifelt. Es herrscht Einigkeit darüber, daß das notwendige technische Gerät auf dem Markt ist und in der BRD auch von der Gerätedichte her für 600 000 Schwangere pro Jahr voll und ganz ausreicht. Weniger überzeugend ist der durchschnittliche Ausbildungsstand der Ärzte im Hinblick auf die heute gegebenen Möglichkeiten der Ultraschalldiagnostik; diese Ärzte werden häufig auch heute noch als Autodidakten aus den Krankenhäusern entlassen.

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  • D. N. Cox

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