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Microsoft word - 81-84TOWARDS DEFINING CRITERIA FOR METFORMIN USAGE IN
MANAGEMENT OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS
Hamidreza Mahboobi1, 2, Tahereh Khorgoei3, Aida Najafian1 1: Reproductive Health Research Center, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences (HUMS), BandarAbbas, Iran2: Payame Noor University (PNU), Iran3: Hormozgan Cardiovascular Research Center, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences (HUMS),Bandar Abbas, Iran Corresponding author:
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Hamidreza Mahoobi, Tahereh Khorgoei, and Aida Najafian. Towards defining criteria for
metformin usage in management of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Electron. Pysicician 2010, 2:81-84,
Available at: http://www.ephysician.ir/2010/81-84.pdf
Received: 26 June 2010Revised: 03 July 2010Accepted: 05 July 2010Published: 07 July 2010 2009-2010 Electronic Physician Keywords: Gestational diabetes mellitus; Metformin
(2). Without treatment, GDM is associatedwith complications (3). Insulin is commonly used pregnancies (1), and pregnancy outcomes in glycemic control with medical nutritional GDM are strongly related to glucose control lowering the blood glucose as well as being teratogenic, and did not adversely affect birth length and weight, growth, or motor social development in the first 18 months of educating with regard to insulin injection before they start using it, and there is alsoalways a chance of hypoglycemia in these Although metformin seems to be as effective patients. Moreover, insulin resistance and as insulin in management of patients with insulin, there are still concerns about its safety in neonates. Randomized controlled have lead to increasing interest for the usage trials assessing metformin safety in neonates of oral hypoglycemic agents in the treatment and long-term follow-up of these neonates is lacking. Insulin is still the drug of choice in oral agents are easier to administer than up of metformin effects on neonates could insulin in clinical practice (11). However, change this role and may revolutionize the there are concerns that oral agents can cross should consider that specific patients such as teratogenesis and other fetal complications, resistance (24) may benefit more than others resistance, remains unclear (7, 12).
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