Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes is the case of high blood sugar during pregnancy in women have never been diagnosed  with diabetes.  Gestational diabetes occurs when insulin does not respond well. This is often caused by pregnancy factors, such as the presence of the human chorionic catheter  that interferes with sensitive insulin receptors, which in turn causes inappropriate high sugar levels.

  • Testing the glucose challenge for investigation
  • Univariate blood glucose
  • Oral glucose tolerance
  • Urine glucose

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13th European Diabetes and Endocrinology Congress

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28th European Diabetes Congress

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Euro Diabetes Congress & Expo

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