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Maternal and fetal outcome in gestational diabetes – A retrospective study

@article{Shukla2017MaternalAF,
  title={Maternal and fetal outcome in gestational diabetes – A retrospective study},
  author={Amidha Shukla and Shankar B. Burute and Aarti Meena},
  journal={International journal of applied research},
  year={2017},
  volume={3},
  pages={305-309}
}
Introduction: Gestational diabetes is a problem of growing interest that affects both mother and the baby. Since India is also known to be the diabetic capital of the world, the prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus ranges from 0.2% to 21% depending on the study population [1]. Aim: To assess the fetal and maternal outcome in pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes mellitus as compared to nondiabetic pregnancies. Material and methods: It is a retrospective study conducted in a… Expand

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