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GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS
Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy.
Hyperglycemia in pregnancy may be suggested by the presence of glycosuria, a fetus that is large for date, or polyhydramnios.
Overt diabetes mellitus may be found in women presenting with risk factors for type 2 diabetes during the first prenatal visit (before 13 weeks of gestation).
Drug Information

Indication: Adults, adolescents & childn ≥6 yr w/ DM.

Indication: DM in adults, adolescents & childn ≥2 yr.

Indication: DM in adults, adolescents & childn ≥2 yr.

Indication: Adults & childn w/ DM for maintenance of normal glucose homeostasis. Initial stabilisation of DM.

Indication: Patients w/ DM who require insulin.

Indication: Patients w/ DM who require insulin.

Insugen 30/70
insulin, isophane + insulin, regular

Indication: DM.

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