Analysis of Perinatal Outcome of Normal Pregnant Women with Diabetes Mellitus

  • Hong Li
Keywords: Gestational diabetes mellitus; Blood glucose level; Perinatal outcome;Drug sensitivity

Abstract

This paper analyzes the perinatal outcome of normal pregnant women with diabetes mellitus.180 pregnant women from April 2017 to June 2018 in our hospital were selected for 75g oral glucose tolerance test. According to the test results, healthy pregnant women with normal blood glucose were set as the control group (n = 60); pregnant women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) were set as the control group (n = 120). Among them, GDM pregnant women with ideal blood glucose control were observation group I (n = 70), GDM pregnant women with unsatisfactory blood glucose control were set as the observation group. Women were in observation group II (n = 50). The blood glucose level, blood lipid level, pregnancy complications and perinatal outcome of the three groups were compared.There was no significant difference in blood glucose level, blood lipid level, incidence of pregnancy complications and perinatal outcome between the control group and the observation group I (P > 0.05); the blood glucose level, blood lipid level, incidence of pregnancy complications and perinatal outcome of the observation group II were higher than the other two groups (P < 0.05).Normal blood glucose control can significantly reduce the incidence of pregnancy complications and perinatal outcome of GDM pregnant women.

Published
2020-01-01