2014
DOI: 10.15253/2175-6783.2014000500012r
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Review of profile and prenatal care for women with gestational diabetes mellitus

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“…In our patients with PPROM, 8.1% were diagnosed with diabetes, a rate that appears high but that was lower than the 17.8% rate of gestational diabetes described at the same service (29) at another time, using new diagnostic criteria. In contrast, a Brazilian study that included 50 patients with gestational diabetes treated at a public maternity service in Ceará, northeastern Brazil, described an overall amniorrhexis rate of 16% in such patients, higher than the classically reported rate of 10% (30). Another study from Austria (31) reported a lower PROM rate followed by spontaneous labor in pregnant women with diabetes (41.6%) than in the control group (65.7%).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…In our patients with PPROM, 8.1% were diagnosed with diabetes, a rate that appears high but that was lower than the 17.8% rate of gestational diabetes described at the same service (29) at another time, using new diagnostic criteria. In contrast, a Brazilian study that included 50 patients with gestational diabetes treated at a public maternity service in Ceará, northeastern Brazil, described an overall amniorrhexis rate of 16% in such patients, higher than the classically reported rate of 10% (30). Another study from Austria (31) reported a lower PROM rate followed by spontaneous labor in pregnant women with diabetes (41.6%) than in the control group (65.7%).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…Abdominal delivery is generally recommended in the presence of certain factors, including cephalopelvic disproportion, cervix unfavorable for induction, fetal macrosomia, fetal distress, and risk of intrauterine death. 3 …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In some occasions, however, the benefits associated with reducing the maternal-fetal morbidity and mortality outweigh the risks associated with performing a cesarean section. 3 7 Some studies suggest that unplanned (emergency) cesarean sections result in increased maternal morbidity compared with planned cesareans. 8 Thus, it is important to identify which risk factors may lead to a requirement for cesarean delivery, so that the procedure can be planned in advance, if necessary, to avoid possible complications for both the mother and the fetus.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%