Treatment of gestational diabetes reduces perinatal morbidity


Women with gestational diabetes who receive dietary advice, blood glucose monitoring, and insulin therapy as needed experience significantly fewer serious perinatal complications and seem to have a higher health-related quality of life than women who receive routine care; however, more of them have their labor induced and more of their infants are admitted to the neonatal nursery.

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