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Nowe aspekty dotyczące monitorowania i leczenia cukrzycy ciążowej

Agata Majewska1, Barbara Wojda2, Adrian Małek3, Paweł Stanirowski1, Dorota Agata Bomba-Opoń1
Ginekologia i Perinatologia Praktyczna 2020;5(2):47-55.

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W pracy zaprezentowano aktualną wiedzę na temat monitorowania i leczenia cukrzycy ciążowej z wykorzystaniem
nowego sposobu ciągłego monitorowania glikemii metodą skanowania. Przedstawiono zalecenia dotyczące diety,
aktywności fizycznej oraz farmakoterapii w ciążach powikłanych cukrzycą ciążową na podstawie literatury przedmiotu.

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