1 edition of Obesity in pregnancy found in the catalog.
Obesity in pregnancy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Eyal Sheiner, editor|
|LC Classifications||RG571 .O24 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 332 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||332|
|LC Control Number||2010027255|
Practical Guide to Obesity Medicine. Book • Authors: Jolanta Urszula Weaver. Browse book content. About the book. Chapter 13 - Obesity and Pregnancy. Pages Abstract: Background. Maternal obesity is a challenge for clinical practice due to high prevalence and adverse outcomes for women and offspring. Health professionals. The Institute of Medicine published weight gain goals in pregnancy in that recommended that all women with obesity gain 11 to 20 lb, yet recent studies have suggested that goals should be further subcategorized for grades of obesity and women with grade 3 obesity should aim to gain no weight during pregnancy (Bodnar & Himes).
Obesity is the main public health issue of our time and it has major implications for women's health. This book provides a comprehensive review on obesity and pregnancy and aims to draw together all the relevant aspects of caring for obese pregnant : Andrew J Thomson. A recent study published in the British Medical Journal found that obese women who were offered diet and exercise counseling during their pregnancy had Author: Jacquelyn Cafasso.
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With obesity on the rise, increasing numbers of pregnancies are being seen in overweight and obese women, which presents a significant challenge to obstetric and other health care providers. Pregnancy in the Obese Woman provides you with the critical information you need to ease your mind and help your patients become contented : $ Obesity is present in many of the developed countries and can also be observed in some urban areas of developing nations.
The cause of this epidemic, simply stated, is overeating, but the overriding concern is Cited by: 4. This book summarizes the effects of overweight/obesity in the childbearing years that can be effectively communicated to patients by their providers in a busy practice setting, and provides concise and understandable summaries of the evidence-based, theory-driven lifestyle interventions that have.
Obesity is a continuing issue around the world and in many contexts. The growing number of obese people is an increasing concern for those in the medical profession, and obesity can pose specific challenges in relation to fertility and pregnancy. Patients who are obese.
Obese women carry a significant excess risk of a variety of serious complications during pregnancy, and in addition, maternal obesity predisposes to obesity in the offspring.
This book provides a timely update on the latest knowledge on maternal obesity and pregnancy. Obesity Management During Pregnancy and the Peripartum Period. In light of the increased risks for patients with BMIs greater than 30 kg per Author: Lyrad Riley, Maggie Wertz, Ian McDowell.
Postpartum weight retention is of particular concern in women with obesity who are planning future pregnancies. 21 In a Swedish population-based cohort study that evaluated BMI changes between first and second pregnancies, the risk of stillbirth in the second pregnancy was found to increase linearly with interpregnancy increase in BMI.
91 Similarly, interpregnancy weight gain is associated with increased risk of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia. 92 Weight gain between pregnancies Cited by: 8.
First written inand now in its tenth edition, the book covers morning sickness, hormonal rage, cravings, hemorrhoids, engorged breasts, gas, hot flashes, fainting spells, weight gain, acne, water retention and labor.
It’s a great respite from. For example, prepregnancy underweight (BMI prepregnancy overweight (BMI –) and obesity (BMI ≥) increase risks for cesarean delivery, large-for-gestational-age births, and childhood obesity (1).
Start by considering these guidelines for pregnancy weight gain and obesity: Single pregnancy. If you have a BMI of 30 or higher and are carrying one baby, the recommended weight gain is 11 to 20 pounds (about 5 to 9 kilograms). Pregnancy in the Obese Woman takes the best available evidence on pregnancy and obesity to provide an insightful, practical guide to management in one volume.
After a review of the epidemiology and special considerations of prenatal care in obese women of childbearing age, the authors cover. About this book Introduction Obesity During Pregnancy in Clinical Practice highlights the medical evidence on obesity in the postpartum and interconception period, arming clinicians with the knowledge necessary to communicate with their patients on the effect of these changes on diabetes, cardio vascular disease and certain cancers.
Obesity is a continuing issue around the world and in many contexts. The growing number of obese people is an increasing concern for those in the medical profession, and obesity can pose specific challenges in relation to fertility and pregnancy.
The ﬁrst edition of this book and its companion volume, Handbook of Obesity: Etiology and Pathophysiology, Second Edition, was published as Handbook of Obesity, edited by George A.
Bray, Claude Bouchard, and W. James (Marcel Dekker, Inc., ). Obesity and pregnancy: mechanisms of short term and long term adverse consequences for mother and child. BMJ j1. Gilboa SM, et al. Association between prepregnancy body mass index and congenital heart defects.
Am J Obstet Gynecol e Huang l, et al. Maternal prepregnancy obesity and child neurodevelopment in the. Cambridge Core - Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Medicine - Maternal Obesity - edited by Matthew W. Gillman. This book summarizes the effects of overweight/obesity in the childbearing years that can be effectively communicated to patients by their providers in a busy practice setting, and provides concise and understandable summaries of the evidence-based, theory-driven lifestyle interventions that have been shown to be effective for weight loss and modifying the risk of developing diabetes and obesity.
Background Obesity during pregnancy is a serious health problem for women and their children. Despite the high prevalence of high body mass index (BMI) among women of reproductive age in high-income countries, there is insufficient evidence to inform practice and policy about weight management for women with high BMI who are by: 7.
Obesity is a major public health concern because it predisposes the individual to many disorders, such as noninsulin-dependent diabetes, hypertension, stroke, and coronary artery disease, and has been associated with an increased incidence of certain cancers, notably cancers of the colon, rectum, prostate, breast, uterus, and cervix.
Obesity is the most common risk factor in pregnancy. This book discusses a range of topical issues, including the scientific background behind obesity and pregnancy, complications of pregnancy in the obese, and obstetric care for obese women. Can obesity cause pregnancy complications?
Obesity has been found to increase the chance for gestational diabetes and high blood pressure during pregnancy. Obesity might also cause an increased chance of premature delivery (babies born before 37 weeks of pregnancy) and stillbirth.
Also, babies of mothers with obesity are at an increased chance. Obesity may make it harder for you to get pregnant. You may also have trouble getting pregnant if you choose to have in vitro fertility treatments to get pregnant. Once you get pregnant, your risk of having health problems during pregnancy is higher if you are obese.
Your baby would also have an increased risk of certain health problems. The prevalence of obesity has now reached such proportions that in many parts of the world it is one of the most dominant health problems. Obesity leads to a number of serious diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, stroke and cancer as well as psychological problems and a poor quality of life.