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Cathy E. Lloyd & Sarah Earle

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Chapter 8: Diabetes and Pregnancy: Service-Users' Perspectives on Services and on Research

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Diabetes and Pregnancy: Service-Users' Perspectives on Services and on Research
Diabetes and pregnancy: Service-users' perspectives on services and on research
Cathy E.Lloyd
SarahEarle

Diabetes is the most common medical complication in pregnancy and is associated with an increased risk of obstetric complications, including congenital abnormalities, increased rates of caesarean delivery and perinatal mortality (CEMACH, 2007). Diabetes is a long-term condition for which there is no cure but there are recommendations for ways it can be managed (Department of Health, 2001). Type 1 diabetes occurs in childhood or early adulthood and necessitates the use ...

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