• Laboratory diagnostics and management of gestational diabetes at the current stage

Laboratory diagnostics and management of gestational diabetes at the current stage

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2016.7(113):100–102 
 

Laboratory diagnostics and management of gestational diabetes at the current stage


Lutsenko L. A.

Kyiv city clinical endocrinology center


The need for timely and accurate diagnosis of gestational diabetes is caused by a high frequency of complications of pregnancy and neonatal morbidity in this pathology. Glycosylated hemoglobin, which gives an integrated view of the level of blood glucose over a long period of time, can be used in the detection and monitoring of disorders of carbohydrate metabolism during pregnancy.


Key words: pregnancy, gestational diabetes, glycated hemoglobin, glucose.


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