volume 130, issue 1, P17-26 2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-31802012000100004
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Abstract: abstractCONTEXT AND OBJECTIVE: Pregnancies complicated by diabetes are associated with increased numbers of maternal and neonatal complications. Hospital costs increase according to the type of care provided. This study aimed to estimate the cost-benefit relationship and social profitability ratio of hospitalization, compared with outpatient care, for pregnant women with diabetes or mild hyperglycemia. METHODS: Thirty pregnant women treated with diet were followed as outpatients, and twenty treated with diet …

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