Our group practice is in close proximity to Munich’s Marienplatz.
The Centre of Reproductive Medicine in Munich has been specialised in all forms of treatment for involuntary childlessness since 1987. We practice all forms of assisted reproduction techniques (ART).
Our practice guarantees a treatment at the highest level both in terms of the results and in terms of the quality assurance measures, see e.g. 1999 and 2006.
Our medical centre was certified for the first time in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001, and has been successfully recertified every 3 years since then.
The accreditation of the ART and hormone laboratory in accordance with DIN EN ISO IEC 17025:2005 and DIN EN ISO 15189:2003 (valid until 31st January 2009) for testing laboratories as the only centre for reproductive medicine in Bavaria to date.
Our medical centre was inspected by the regional government of Upper Bavaria and authorisation in accordance with Sections 20 b and 20 c of the German Medicinal Products Act (AMG) (PDF) was granted for the procurement of tissues, for the laboratory testing necessary for the procurement of the tissues, for the processing, preservation and testing of testing of tissues or preparations made from tissues, as well as for the storage of tissues or preparations made from tissues.
TRUST is very important to us. For the duration of the therapy, each couple will be supported by their own personal medical contact, responsible for all the stages of the treatment.
We offer our patients the greatest possible transparency with respect to the success rate of our therapy. The annual reports give an insight into the treatment statistics.
Member of the Munich-based network Mediplex:
Cooperation of medical specialists from all disciplines in Munich
The medical staff plays a decisive role in drawing up the contract regarding “the Integrated Provision of Reproductive Medicine in Bavaria” between the Bavarian practitioners of reproductive medicine and the Bavarian State Association of Company Health Insurance Funds.
Integrated Provision of ART (Excerpt from the contract)
Second recertification of the entire practice in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2000
Online portal for patients opened.
eGravidarium, a pregnancy calculated designed by Dr. Ulrich Noss, goes online.
Start of use of antagonist stimulation protocols, currently 80 % of all ART cycles
Routine cryopreservation of pronucleus egg cells. The centre cooperates with the Department of Dermatology and Urology at the University Hospital in Munich in the routine use of TESE, PESA and cryo-TESE in the case of azoospermia.
The medical staff starts with ICSI in a natural cycle; now, the method has been practised in more than one thousand cycles.
Blastocyst culture, for the first time in Germany, consistent in all ART cycles
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is performed for the first time in Germany in the Centre for Reproductive Medicine; this enables the first German ICSI baby to be born in November 1993. (No other centre in Germany performed ICSI earlier than this, leading to the birth of a child, even if this has been claimed on some websites!)
In cooperation with professor Karl Sterzik (Ulm), the medical team gather experience in subzonal insemination (SUZI). The method does not lead to birth, but prepares the way for intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
Dr Noss shadows Dr G.P. Palermo in the ICSI laboratory of the Department of Gynaecology at the University Hospital in Brussels during one of the world’s first ICSI treatments.
Dr Walter Bollmann, Dr Thomas Brückner and Dr Ulrich Noss establish the gynaecological group practice with the Centre for Reproductive Medicine in Munich.
Assisted reproduction techniques (ART) are practised:
- intrauterine insemination,
- gamete intrafallopian tube transfer (GIFT) and
- in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
The hormonal stimulation is routinely performed as a long and short protocol with down regulation for all ART cycles.