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Frau PD Dr. med. Riphaus



7. T Wehrmann, N Stergiou, B Vogel, A Riphaus, F Köckerling, MB Frenz: Endoscopic debridement of paraesophageal, mediastinal abscesses. A prospective case series. Gastrointest Endosc (2005); 62: 344 399 IF 3.923

8. A Riphaus, N Stergiou, T Wehrmann: Propofol sedation for routine ERCP in Octogenarians. A controlled, randomized trial. Am J Gastroenterol (2005); 100: 1957-1963 IF 5.116

10. T Wehrmann, A Riphaus, MB Frenz, K Martchenko, N Stergiou: Endoscopic pancreatic duct stenting for relief of pancreatic cancer pain. Europ J Gastroenterol Hepatol (2005); 17: 1395-1400 IF 1.69

12. A Riphaus, T Gstettenbauer, MB Frenz, T Wehrmann: Quality of psychomotor recovery after propofol sedation for routine endoscopy: a randomized, controlled study. Endoscopy (2006); 38: 677-83 IF 3.605

21. T Wehrmann, A Riphaus: Sedation with propofol for interventional endoscopic procedures: A risk factor analysis. Scand J Gastroenterol (2008) 43; 368 - 74 IF 1.98

23. Riphaus A, Wehrmann T, Weber B, Arnold J, Beilenhoff U, Bitter H, von Delius S, Domagk D, Ehlers AF, Faiss S, Hartmann D, Heinrichs W, Hermans ML, Hofmann C, In der Smitten S, Jung M, Kähler G, Kraus M, Martin J, Meining A, Radke J, Rösch T, Seifert H, Sieg A, Wigginghaus B, Kopp I; [S3-guidelines--sedation in gastrointestinal endoscopy] Z Gastroenterol. (2008); 46: 1298-330 IF 0.880

24. T Wehrmann, K Martchenko, A Riphaus: Catheter probe extraductal ultrasonography vs. conventional endoscopic ultrasonography for detection of bile duct stones. Endoscopy (2009); 41: 133-7 IF 2008 6.091

28. A Riphaus, I Lechowicz, MB Frenz, T Wehrmann: Propofol sedation for upper GI endoscopy in patients with liver cirrhosis as alternative to midazolam to avoid deterioration of minimal encephalopathy: A randomized, controlled study. Scand J Gastroenterol (2009); 44: 1-8 IF 2008 1.98

29. A. Riphaus, M Rabofski, T wehrmann: Endoscopic sedation and monitoring practice in Germany: - Results from the first nationwide survey. Z Gastroenterol (2009); 47: 1-6 IF 2008 0.880