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Fetal Surveillance

Kapoor, Dipanwita; Jones, Nia


Dipanwita Kapoor


David R. McCance

Michael Maresh

David A. Sacks


Pregnancies in women with diabetes are associated with increased perinatal morbidity and mortality, even when the baby is structurally normal. The pathophysiology of this is poorly understood and likely to be multifactorial. The goal of surveillance is to identify fetuses at risk, in order to intervene in a timely and appropriate fashion, to reduce perinatal morbidity and mortality. None of the currently available surveillance techniques have been proven to predict the fetuses at risk or prevent poor outcome in the setting of a diabetic pregnancy.

Publication Date Oct 30, 2017
Publisher Wiley
Pages 243-255
Edition 2nd
Book Title A Practical Manual of Diabetes in Pregnancy
Chapter Number 19
ISBN 9781119043768
APA6 Citation Kapoor, D., & Jones, N. (2017). Fetal Surveillance. In D. R. McCance, M. Maresh, & D. A. Sacks (Eds.), A Practical Manual of Diabetes in Pregnancy, 243-255. (2nd). Wiley. doi:10.1002/9781119043805.ch19
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