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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Diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus: It is time for international consensus.
All 140 pregnant women in their first trimester with increased serum uric acid level (cut off value >4mg/dl) were included in the study according to inclusion criteria (Antenatal woman's with gestational amenorrhea of less than 13 weeks, Age 20 to 40 year, Parity 0 to 8) and exclusion criteria (Pregestational diabetes, Hypertension, Renal disease, Liver disease, Multiple gestations, Gout, Drugs which increases uric acid excretion, Past history of gestational diabetes mellitus, History of good size baby in previous pregnancies).
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) cut-off values using the one-step approach were used to classify the study subjects as GDM11: "Gestational diabetes mellitus should be diagnosed at any time in pregnancy if one of the following criteria are met or exceeded:
Women with gestational diabetes mellitus on medical nutrition therapy, hypothyroidism, pre-existing glucose intolerance, pregnancy-induced hypertension, polycystic ovarian syndrome, major vascular complications, known infections in current pregnancy and autoimmune disorders were excluded from the study.
Maternal and neonatal outcome in mothers with gestational diabetes mellitus. Indian J Endocrinol Metab 2017;21(6):854-8.
Gestational diabetes mellitus and macrosomia: A literature review.
Organizing Committee: Summary and recommendations of the Fifth International Workshop-Conference on Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Care 2007;(2):S251-60.
She defined Gestational Diabetes Mellitus as glucose intolerance that begins or is first diagnosed during pregnancy and usually resolves after delivery.
These patients had a significantly increased risk of preeclampsia as well as an increased risk of gestational diabetes mellitus and preterm birth, compared with normotensive patients, according to a study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Efficacy of metformin in improving glycaemic control and perinatal outcome in gestational diabetes mellitus: A non-randomized study.