Intensive Management of Gestational Diabetes

Kripke, Clarissa
September 2004
American Family Physician;9/1/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p866
Academic Journal
Answers a question on whether intensive management of gestational diabetes improve outcomes. Factors associated with gestational diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance; Recommendation for gestational diabetes; Disadvantage of the intensive management of gestational diabetes.


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