TRATAMIENTO DE LA DIABETES EN EL EMBARAZO: ¿ALGO NUEVO?

@article{Lpez2016TRATAMIENTODL,
  title={TRATAMIENTO DE LA DIABETES EN EL EMBARAZO: ¿ALGO NUEVO?},
  author={S. L{\'o}pez},
  journal={Revista M{\'e}dica Cl{\'i}nica Las Condes},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={257-265}
}
  • S. López
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Revista Médica Clínica Las Condes
RESUMEN La diabetes (DM) en embarazo es pregestacional (DPG), incluye a la diagnosticada en primer trimestre y gestacional (DG). La prevalencia DM creciente de obesidad y DM2 y embarazos tardios, han aumentado la DG y DPG tipo 2. Persiste controversia en diagnostico de DG. Las metas glucidicas son mas estrictas en la gestacion. Tratamiento en DPG Programacion del embarazo, buen control glicemico y complicaciones de su DM ausentes o tratadas. La DM1 intensifica la insulinoterapia y la DM2 la… Expand
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