Dezembro 2018 vol. 4 num. 1 - VI Congresso Médico Universitário São Camilo

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CUIDADO COM A GESTANTE OBESA: COMO PREVENIR COMPLICAÇÕES?

CUIDADO COM A GESTANTE OBESA: COMO PREVENIR COMPLICAÇÕES?

Molina, C.A.; Félix, G.P.; Ibraim, N.I.; Rodrigues, R.M.P.; Pereira, M.M.; Vilarino, F.L.;

Poster:

Sobrepeso e obesidade representam um cenário complicado no período gestacional e no momento do trabalho de parto. Mulheres com IMC > 28kg/m² durante a gestação apresentam maiores riscos, como diabetes gestacional, hipertensão, além de complicações para o neonato como macrossomia e hipoglicemia. Nesse âmbito, a adesão a um estilo de vida mais saudável, tanto antes quanto durante a gestação, evidencia-se como um potencial fator de prevenção.

Poster:

Sobrepeso e obesidade representam um cenário complicado no período gestacional e no momento do trabalho de parto. Mulheres com IMC > 28kg/m² durante a gestação apresentam maiores riscos, como diabetes gestacional, hipertensão, além de complicações para o neonato como macrossomia e hipoglicemia. Nesse âmbito, a adesão a um estilo de vida mais saudável, tanto antes quanto durante a gestação, evidencia-se como um potencial fator de prevenção.

Palavras-chave: “obesity”; “pregnancy complications”; “health care”,

Palavras-chave: “obesity”; “pregnancy complications”; “health care”,

DOI: 10.5151/comusc2018-11

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Como citar:

Molina, C.A.; Félix, G.P.; Ibraim, N.I.; Rodrigues, R.M.P.; Pereira, M.M.; Vilarino, F.L.; "CUIDADO COM A GESTANTE OBESA: COMO PREVENIR COMPLICAÇÕES?", p. 116-126 . In: Centro Universitário São Camilo. São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2357-7282, DOI 10.5151/comusc2018-11

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