Can Nurse-Based Management Screening Ensure Adequate Outcomes in Patients With Gestational Diabetes? A Comparison of 2 Organizational Models

@article{Nollino2019CanNM,
  title={Can Nurse-Based Management Screening Ensure Adequate Outcomes in Patients With Gestational Diabetes? A Comparison of 2 Organizational Models},
  author={Laura Nollino and Maria Lisa Marcon and Edward Kiwanuka and Michela Merlotto-Cazziola and Maria Sambataro and Luisa Sambado and Enrica Trevisiol and Antonella Scantamburlo and Alessandra Mauri and Enrico Busato and Roberta Pirolo and Massimo Boaretto and Licia Turolla and Pietro Paolo Faronato and Marco Cadamuro-Morgante and Roberta Migot and Agostino Paccagnella},
  journal={Quality Management in Health Care},
  year={2019},
  volume={28},
  pages={51–62}
}
Background: Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is an impaired glucose tolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the clinical outcomes of a blood glucose monitoring protocol implemented by nurses and dietitians in a diabetes team to the previously established protocol of direct monitoring of GDM patients by a diabetologist. Methods: Two groups of patients were formed: The first group was based on a traditional protocol (P1: 230 patients… CONTINUE READING
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