2008 - Nondiabetic maternal hyperglycemia was associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes

Kenyon, Anna P.; Shennan, Andrew H.
August 2008
ACP Journal Club;8/19/2008, Vol. 149 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a study regarding the impact of nondiabetic maternal hyperglycemia diabetes on pregnancy outcomes and presents the author's comments on it. It describes the setting and outcomes of the study, which concluded that maternal hyperglycemia that is less severe than that is diagnostic of diabetes is associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes. The author states that the study will ensure that more women will be screened and treated for gestational diabetes.


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