GDM

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GDM

(Global DOS Memory) The first megabyte of memory that DOS supports. It consists of conventional memory (0-640K), the UMA (640-1,024K) and the HMA (1,024-1,088K).
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with fasting plasma glucose and 2-h postchallenge glucose for risk stratification among women with recent gestational diabetes mellitus.
Table 1 Profile of subjects self-reported age, anthropometric and parity data (mean [+ or -] SD) Category Number Age Prepregnancy (yrs) (kg) Gestational diabetes mellitus 14 32 [+ or -] 5 61 [+ or -] 14 Normal glucose tolerant 19 30 [+ or -] 5 67 [+ or -] 20 Total 33 31 [+ or -] 5 64 [+ or -] 18 Category Height Parity (cm) (number) Gestational diabetes mellitus 161 [+ or -] 5 (a) 2 [+ or -] 2 (b) Normal glucose tolerant 166 [+ or -] 6 1 [+ or -] 6 Total 164 [+ or -] 6 1 [+ or -] 5 (a) significantly different from normal glucose tolerant at P<0.
lemon Puding, self-saucing Quiche Slice, vanilla Soup, minestrone Soup, pea & ham Tart, custard Twisties, chips Table 4 Maternal characteristics of the women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and normal glucose tolerant control group (a) GDM Characteristics n = 16 Age (y) 31.
Prevalence and predictors of overweight and insulin resistance in offspring of mothers with gestational diabetes mellitus.
The West Virginia Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Collaborative Project has steadily widened the net of stakeholders to include not only representatives from the Division of Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention and the Office of Maternal, Child and Family Health, but also the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Medicaid, West Virginia University, Primary Care Association, West Virginia State Chapter of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and researchers from Charleston Area Medical Center's Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research.
Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) [2] has been defined as any degree of glucose intolerance with an onset or first recognition during pregnancy (1-3).
The results showed the training sessions did not reduce the appearance of gestational diabetes mellitus but did diminish the incidence of two major associated risks: macrosomia (down by 58 percent) and caesarean delivery (which fell by 34 percent).
An independent panel convened this week by the National Institutes of Health has concluded that despite potential advantages of adopting a new diagnostic approach for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), more evidence is needed to ensure that the benefits outweigh the harms.
Delivered a baby weighing >9 lb or have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes mellitus
The reported prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) varies widely between 1 and 14% of all pregnancies (1).
A case-control study of food habits and diet intakes of women with gestational diabetes mellitus.