Blood‐Oxygen Transport in First Trimester of Diabetic Pregnancy

@article{Madsen1984BloodOxygenTI,
  title={Blood‐Oxygen Transport in First Trimester of Diabetic Pregnancy},
  author={H. Madsen and J. Ditzel},
  journal={Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica},
  year={1984},
  volume={63}
}
Abstract. Factors involved in blood‐oxygen transport were studied in 46 pregnant women during the first trimester. All had type 1 (insulin‐dependent) diabetes and comparisons were made with similar measurements from 19 non‐diabetic pregnant women, also in the first trimester. The concentration of hemoglobin 1c (HbA1c) was significantly increased (7.6% versus 4.4%, p <0.01) and arterial oxygen saturation was decreased (0.95 versus 0.98 mol/mol, p<0.01) in the pregnant diabetics compared with the… Expand
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