Hyperglycaemia in early pregnancy: the Treatment of Booking Gestational diabetes Mellitus (TOBOGM) study. A randomised controlled trial
Simmons, David; Hague, William M; Teede, Helena; Cheung, N Wah; Hibbert, Emily; Nolan, Christopher; Peek, Michael; Girosi, Federico; Cowell, Christopher; Wong, Vincent W-M; Flack, Jeff R; McLean, Marc; Dalal, Raiyomand; Robertson, Annette; Rajagopal, Rohit
Background: Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) causes adverse pregnancy outcomes that can be averted by treatment from 24e28 weeks’ gestation. Assessing and treating women for overt diabetes in pregnancy (ODIP) at the first antenatal clinic booking is now recommended in international guidelines. As a consequence, women with milder hyperglycaemia are being diagnosed and treated for early GDM, but randomised controlled trial (RCTs) assessing the benefits and harms of such treatment have not been...[Show more]
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