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The statistical basis of our success rates

An objective assessment of the therapeutic effectiveness of a centre can only be made when the treated patient groups are comparable. With very different patient collectives and forms of treatment, this is often not sufficiently considered. We have subjected ourselves to a quality comparison.

High birth rates - low multiple birth rates

The comparison of our Institute with an internationally known centre in southern Europe showed no relevant qualitative differences in the pregnancy and birth rates. What is noticeable in our patients, however, is a clearly lower multiple birth rate! We have found that our results are also comparable with renowned international centres.

This shows that in our centre, average pregnancy rates of up to almost 60%/ET and birth rates of over 50%/ET can be achieved through consistent quality management in the patient group up to 30 years with non-impaired ovarian function. The individual prognosis is very much dependent on the age and the initial situation. An appropriate forecast is only possible if the individual factors are taken into consideration. This requires a constant process quality and a group-specific scoring with a sufficiently large patient population.
  • Who was selected for the study?

  • What differences there were in the success rates?

ART comparison of patient groups
EZS-IVF/ICSI*IVF/ICSI
Foreign InstitutePAN Institut
Age22.627.8
BMI22.523.4
E2/hCG (pg/ml)28902296
PN Stages8.15.9
Embryos/ET1.72.1
clin. SS/ET (%)48.3 (289)53.3 (581**)
Multiple births (%)32.4***9.1
Birth rates/ET?41,7
* Source: Human Reproduction, Vol. 25, pp. 2239-2246, 2010
** 16.4% of n = 3550
*** not born

High pregnancy and birth rates - especially in patients up to 30 years

This shows that with consistent quality management in our centre, average pregnancy rates of over 50%/ET and birth rates of over 40%/ET can be achieved in the patient group up to 30 years with non-impaired ovarian function. The individual prognosis is very much dependent on the age and the initial situation. An appropriate forecast is only possible if the individual factors are taken into consideration. This requires a constant process quality and a group-specific scoring with a sufficiently large patient population.