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Pregnancy Complications Clinical Trials

A listing of Pregnancy Complications medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (98) clinical trials

Clinic to Community Connections

This study addresses education needs in gestational diabetes care and followup at the staff and patient levels. In the initial phase, nurses and community health workers will complete specific training modules on gestational diabetes developed for this study. The effectiveness of the education modules will be evaluated through pre/post surveys …

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Intrapartum Glucose and Insulin Compared to Glucose Alone in Diabetic Women

About 2 to 9% of pregnant women are diagnosed with gestational diabetes. Peripartum complications attributed to diabetes include: birth trauma, neonatal hypoglycemia and hyperinsulinemia and neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. The incidence of neonatal hypoglycemia is about 40%. Strict glycemic control may lower the risk of neonatal complications. There is a lack of …

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Nuchal Cord Detection in Sonographic Evaluation by a First Year Resident.

Patients undergoing elective cesarean section will undergo a routine ultrasound examination during which fetal heart rate, fetal presentation and nuchal cord presence will be documented. During surgery, after the fetus is delivered, presence or lack of nuchal cord will be documented. The aim of the study is to show that …

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Pregnancy Intervention With a Closed-Loop System (PICLS) Study

This is a two-center, prospective, 'open-label', single-blind, investigator-initiated randomized controlled pilot study evaluating hybrid closed-loop (HCL) insulin delivery among pregnant women with T1D compared with sensor-augmented pump therapy (SAPT) throughout most of gestation and the first 6 weeks of the post-partum period at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes and …

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Prevalence and Risk Factors for Pelvic Floor Disorders

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) can adversely affect the quality of life (QoL) of a woman and they can occur during different stages of female life such as during pregnancy, early postpartum period or during menopause. The reported prevalence of PFDs varies widely both during and after pregnancy and reported up …

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Pravastatin to Prevent Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia complicates approximately 3% to 5% of pregnancies and remains a major cause of maternal and neonatal morbidities and mortality. Women who experience preeclampsia in one pregnancy are at higher risk of developing preeclampsia in a subsequent pregnancy than those who have never experienced the condition. There is evidence from …


Efficacy and Safety of Medication Used to Stimulate Ovulation

Ovarian follicular responsiveness to controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) with gonadotropins is extremely variable between patients and even from cycle to cycle for the same patient. Achieving an ideal follicular response is critical to the success of assisted reproduction treatment (ART). Since the early years of ART, patients have been classified …


TOP-mums for a Healthy Start

This study evaluates the effect of a lifestyle intervention for women with a pregnancy wish who have a high risk on perinatal morbidity because of overweight or obesity. Half of the patients will receive the lifestyle intervention while the other half will receive usual care. It is hypothesized that an …

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Biomarkers During Pregnancy

This study aims to obtain preliminary data for utility of alternate biomarkers for monitoring glucose control in diabetic women during pregnancy and/or predicting risk of adverse neonatal events in these women. Our population is unique compared to published studies and contains significant numbers of African American women and overweight or …

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Gestation Diabetes N'Teractive Media-based Education (GDnME)

Gestational diabetes is a condition diagnosed during pregnancy that causes blood sugars to rise. Diet and exercise can effectively control blood sugar levels in 70-85% of women diagnosed with gestational diabetes according to the American Diabetes Association. At the investigator's institution, only 50-54% of women with this diagnosis effectively reach …

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