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The importance of visceral fat mass in obese pregnant women and relation with pregnancy outcomes

Jyoti Balalni et al.
Used Parameters : PBF, VFA

Publication Year : 2014

Country : UK

Journal : Obstetric Medicine

Background Maternal obesity is a well established risk factor for gestational diabetes but it is not known if the pattern of maternal fat distribution predicts adverse pregnancy outcomes. Methods Body composition was assessed by bioimpedance using Inbody 720® in 302 consecutive obese pregnant women attending a weight management clinic. The relation of visceral fat mass and total percentage body fat with the development of gestational diabetes and perinatal outcomes was evaluated. Results Women developing gestational diabetes …
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