Recent Advances in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
Benhalima, Katrien (editor)
The papers included in this issue vary from research on pregnancy outcomes to screening and diagnosis of GDM, the use of new biomarkers, and the evaluation of long-term metabolic risk and intervention strategies postpartum in mothers and offspring.
Keywordsgestational diabetes mellitus; treatment; education; group education; long-term metabolic outcome; offspring; overweight; obesity; adiposity; glucose intolerance; abnormal glucose tolerance; insulin resistance; glucose tolerance; Mediterranean diet; nutritional intervention; pregnancy nutrition; biomarker; insulin secretion; pregnancy; secretagogin; gestational diabetes; fetal ultrasound; fetal anthropometry; pregnancy outcomes; neonatal complications; type 2 diabetes mellitus; postpartum; lifestyle intervention; mobile-based; bariatric surgery; pregnancy outcome; glucose homeostasis; gastric bypass; sleeve gastrectomy; small-for-gestational age; self-monitoring of blood glucose; continuous glucose monitoring; Institute of Medicine; weight gain; length of follow-up; oral glucose tolerance test; reproducibility; diabetes; hyperglycemia in pregnancy; early gestational diabetes; fetal malformations; Australian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society (ADIPS); Australian Diabetes Society (ADS); COVID-19; pandemic; Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZOG); GDM; recurrence; insulin sensitivity; (early) pregnancy; growth; glucose; LGA; maternal health; child health; OGTT; meal tolerance test; postprandial; early screening; protein biomarker; epidemiology; twins; pre-existing diabetes; prevalence; trends; perinatal outcomes; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021