Managing Preexisting Diabetes and Pregnancy is the American Diabetes Association’s comprehensive guideline for this complex subject. It is an in-depth exploration of problems linked to pregnancy in diabetic women, as well as the heightened importance of blood glucose management during pregnancy. With contributions from some of the top professionals in the fields of diabetes and obstetric research, this guide is comprised of four sections that focus on managing diabetes before, during, and after pregnancy, as well as any potential complications. Loaded with the latest information regarding diabetes and pregnancy, Managing Preexisting Diabetes and Pregnancy serves as the essential guideline for the interested researcher, physician, or clinician.
Kitzmiller, Jovanovic, Brown, Coustan, and Reader, editors
American Diabetes Association
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Offers a single resource for American Diabetes Association standards of care for pregnant women with preexisting diabetes - type 1 (DM1) or type 2 (DM2). It providers up-to-date recommendations and treatment protocols for the management of diabetes and pregnancy to researchers, academic physicians, and clinicians who deal with the broad spectrum of problems.