Diabetes e gravidez – cinco anos de uma consulta

Autores

  • Lúcia Marinho Assistente Graduada de Medicina Interna, Serviço de Medicina do Hospital de S. Gonçalo, Amarant
  • Ana Paula Ferreira Assistente Graduada de Obstetrícia, Serviço de Obstetrícia do CHVN Gaia
  • Isabel Gomes Nutricionista do Hospital de S. Gonçalo, Amarante
  • Alexandra Bento Nutricionista, Assistente Principal do Centro Regional de Alcoologia do Porto
  • Graça Rodrigues Assistente de Obstetrícia, Serviço de Obstetrícia do Hospital de S. Gonçalo, Amarante
  • Isabel Costa Enfermeira Graduada da Consulta Externa do Hospital de S. Gonçalo, Amarante Consulta de Diabetes e Gravidez – Hospital de S. Gonçalo, Amarante

Palavras-chave:

macrossomia, cesariana, factores de risco, diabetes gestacional

Resumo

A diabetes mellitus na gravidez é sempre uma situação de risco, pois há evidência de que a
hiperglicemia materna é um factor de risco para uma maior morbilidade fetal.
Neste estudo é apresentado o protocolo da grávida com diabetes prévia e diabetes gestacional, seguida na Consulta de Diabetes e Gravidez do Hospital de S. Gonçalo – Amarante.
Os A.A. apresentam um estudo retrospectivo
onde são analisados os resultados deste protocolo utilizado no tratamento de 122 grávidas,
114 com diabetes mellitus gestacional e oito com
diabetes mellitus prévia, no período compreendido entre Março de 1997 e Fevereiro de 2002.
Concluiu-se que o tratamento intensivo da grávida diabética está associado a melhores
resultados maternos e perinatais, havendo necessidade de implementação de protocolos terapêuticos

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Marinho L, Ferreira AP, Gomes I, Bento A, Rodrigues G, Costa I. Diabetes e gravidez – cinco anos de uma consulta. RPMI [Internet]. 30 de Setembro de 2003 [citado 19 de Junho de 2024];10(3):123-8. Disponível em: https://revista.spmi.pt/index.php/rpmi/article/view/1808

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