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《Journal of Binzhou Medical University》 2017-06
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Correlation research of different growing levels of pregnancy weight on pregnancy outcome

ZHAO Xiang;HAN Lei;HAN Aiqin;School of Public Health,Qingdao University;Department of Obstetrics,Zibo City Central Hospital;  
Objective To explore the correlation between weight gain and pregnancy outcomes.Methods Totally 1 200 hospitalized pregnant women were extracted from three hospitals in Zibo from November 2016 to March 2017,with single live births and complete prenatal inspection data.Self-designed questionnaire was used to collect the basic information of the pregnant women and track the pregnancy outcome.Single factor and logistic multifactor regression methods were used for statistical analysis.Results Early pregnancy weight gain(2.32±2.51)kg increased the risk of GDM,with the most significant effect(OR=4.238,95% CI:1.559~6.260);mid pregnancy weight gain(9.05±2.99)kg increased the risk of gestational hypertension disease(OR=1.123,95% CI:1.029~1.226);mid pregnancy weight gain(9.01±3.13)kg increased the risk of abnormal birth weight(OR=2.979,95% CI:1.925~5.171).Conclusion The correlations of different levels of weight gain during pregnancy and pregnancy outcome are different,therefore,scientific surveillance should be paid to the weight gain in every stage of the pregnancy.
【CateGory Index】: R714
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