As a growing organisation that is dedicated to improving medical practice, ISUOG seeks to establish clinical guidelines for the safe, appropriate, and effective use of diagnostic imaging in obstetrics and gynecology.
ISUOG Interim Guidance on Zika Virus and Pregnancy
In response to the World Health Organization (WHO) statement and international concern regarding the Zika virus (ZIKV) outbreak, ISUOG has published the following guidance for ultrasound during pregnancy:
New! ISUOG Interim Guidance on ultrasound for Zika virus infection in pregnancy: information for healthcare professionals
ISUOG Practice Guidelines and Consensus Statements
The ISUOG Clinical Standards Committee (CSC) develops Practice Guidelines and Consensus Statements providing recommendations on how to improve and standardise medical care for obstetrics and gynecology. These are reviewed every 3 years.
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View current ISUOG Consensus Statements
ISUOG members are also invited to submit proposals for the development of Practice Guidelines to the Clinical Standards Committee. Please click here for more information.
ISUOG Training Guidelines
The ISUOG Education Committee manages and develops ISUOG's educational program of courses, conferences and online resources, including web lectures, and may periodically produce guidelines to support these activities.
ISUOG Education Committee recommendations for basic training in obstetrics and gynecological ultrasound
(UOG: Volume 43, Issue 1, January 2014)
ISUOG Safety Statements
The ISUOG Safety Commitee investigates issues relating to the bioeffects and safety of ultrasound and publishes Safety Statements outlining current research.
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Our guidelines have been translated into a number of languages. To read a guideline in your chosen language, please visit our International pages.
ISUOG Guidelines and Statements: Standard Disclaimer
The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) is a scientific organisation that encourages sound clinical practices, teaching, and research for diagnostic imaging in Women's Health Care. Guidelines from the Society are educational recommendations that provide health care practitioners with a consensus-based approach for diagnostic imaging. They are intended to reflect what is considered by ISUOG to be currently the best practices at the time they were issued. Although ISUOG has made every effort to ensure that guidelines are accurate when issued, neither the Society nor any of its employees or members accepts any liability for the consequences of any inaccurate or misleading data, opinion, or statements issued by the Clinical Standards Committee. They are not intended to establish a legal standard of care because some deviations are expected and dependent on individual circumstances and available resources. Approved guidelines can be freely distributed with the permission of ISUOG ( email@example.com ).