Criteria for screening tests for gestational diabetes. American Diabetes Association; CC: Emphasis should be placed on ensuring access to weight management counseling and treatment as a standard component of routine care, particularly among high-risk groups. Top of Page Introduction Gestational diabetes mellitus GDM is defined as impaired glucose tolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy 1.
Conclusion A large-scale review of literature shows that around one in 10 pregnant women in Eastern and Southeastern Asia had GDM and the number of women with GDM varied substantially between and within countries. Methods Study population We analyzed — data from PRAMS, an ongoing, state-based, population-based surveillance system that collects information about maternal behaviors before, during, and after pregnancies that result in live births.
We found no statistical difference in GDM prevalence between the 2 phases.
Results Prevalence estimates of GDM Records from 23, women inrepresenting 1, births, were included in our analysis. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reviewed and approved this report before submission for publication.
PRAMS excludes women who had stillbirths or fetal deaths, which may be associated with gestational diabetes Further studies are needed to understand discrepancies in reporting GDM by data source. Curr Diab Rep ;12 1: Gestational Diabetes GD is one of the major public health issues. Children born to mothers with GDM are also more likely to develop impaired glucose tolerance 5.
Birth certificate data have been shown to underestimate GDM prevalence. The present review has the advantages of a large sample size with studies involving over three and a half million women, using different methods for screening and diagnosis of GDM and consistency of method, quality, and focus.
We categorized anyone who reported Hispanic ethnicity as Hispanic, regardless of any secondary race classification. Given the importance of the subject, it was decided to perform a systematic review and meta- analysis of all relevant studies conducted in Iran on the prevalence and risk factors for GDM.
We categorized anyone who reported Hispanic ethnicity as Hispanic, regardless of any secondary race classification. Womens Health Issues ;20 5: Where such information was available, we distinguished between diabetes type 1 and 2.
The selected papers were fully reviewed and the required information for the systematic review was extracted and summarized using extraction table in Microsoft Office Excel software.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus after gestational diabetes: This finding is higher than African countries, where the average prevalence of GDM is about 6.
Interventions to increase access to care and quality of care for women with gestational diabetes. Preventing obesity is a key component of well woman care, regardless of pregnancy intentions. Moreover, the one-step screening method was twice more likely to be used in diagnosing GDM when compared to the two-step screening procedure.
The increased risk of macrosomia in GDM is mainly due to the increased insulin resistance of the mother. Parity was characterized as 0, 1, or 2 or more.
We systematically searched for observational studies on GDM prevalence from January to December This paper reviews studies that explored the impact of GDM and fetal macrosomia as well as macrosomia-related complications on birth outcomes and offers an evaluation of maternal and fetal health.
In addition, subgroup analysis according to lower- or upper-middle income countries LMICs or HICs, type of GDM screening, and individual country under study was performed to understand the impact of economic development and geographical location on the prevalence of GDM. Reviewing performance of birth certificate and hospital discharge data to identify births complicated by maternal diabetes.
Natl Vital Stat Rep ;58 5: Our results indicate that GDM prevalence is high in the United States, and we found no evidence of change between and Diabetes Spectr ;25 1: This study aims to review evidence on the burden, expenditure, complications, treatment, and outcomes of diabetes in Indonesia and its implications on the current health system developments.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reviewed and approved this report before submission for publication.Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Update and Review of Literature K.W. Cheung 1 * and S.F. Wong 1 1 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Queen Mary Hospital, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China.
Dec 03, · Methods. We conducted a comprehensive literature review together with a review of unpublished data from the Ministry of Health and a public health insurer (Askes).Studies presenting evidence on prevalence, incidence, mortality, costs, complications and cost of complications, treatment, and outcomes were included in the.
The prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus recurrence—effect of ethnicity and parity: a metaanalysis Presented as a poster and is scheduled to be presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, San Diego, Feb.
A cost-effective strategy to screen for GDM in such settings are therefore urgently required. We conducted this study to determine the prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and assess utility of various GDM point of care (POC) screening strategies in a resource-constrained setting.
Request PDF on ResearchGate | Gestational Diabetes: A Review of the Current Literature and Guidelines | Unlabelled: Despite large numbers of original research studies spanning 4 decades there is. We compared the increases in the prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) based on the World Health Organization (WHO) criteria and its risk factors in.Download