5 edition of Maternal nutrition and pregnancy outcomes found in the catalog.
by Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Katherine Krasovec & Mary Ann Anderson.|
|Series||Scientific publication ;, no. 529, Publicaciones científicas (Washington, D.C.) ;, no. 529|
|Contributions||Krasovec, Katherine., Anderson, Mary Ann, 1946-, United States. Agency for International Development.|
|LC Classifications||RA10 .P252 no. 529, RG559 .P252 no. 529|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||92128190|
Table 6 reports a summary of trends in maternal health indicators according to the Pediatric and Pregnancy Nutrition Surveillance System (PNSS). This summary shows that from to the percentage of underweight has decreased from % to % in the U.S., while during the same period the percentage of overweight has increased from % Cited by: 2. Improvement of maternal, fetal, and child health are key public health goals. Over the past four decades, changes in public health trends have challenged the health care sector to provide optimal guidance to women before, during, and after pregnancy so that they can achieve healthy outcomes for both themselves and their newborns.
“Maternal body mass index (BMI) and gestational weight gain (GWG) represent the major determinants of energetic adaptation and incremental energy needs during pregnancy. Both high and low GWG have been associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes even . Adverse pregnancy outcomes for which there is strong evidence of a direct link to maternal diet include birth defects such as neural tube defects (folate) and mental retardation (iodine) (1). While achievements have been made in increasing women's awareness of the need for periconceptual folate supplements (8), iodine is a nutrient that may.
Objective To investigate the association between weekly weight gain, during the second and third trimesters, classified according to the Institute of Medicine (IOM/NRC) recommendations, and maternal and fetal outcomes. Methods Gestational weight gain was evaluated in 2, pregnant women of the Brazilian Study of Gestational Diabetes (Estudo Brasileiro do Diabetes Gestacional – EBDG).Cited by: Poor fetal growth in the developing world is largely attributed to widespread maternal undernutrition. The majority of low birth weight (LBW) in developing countries is due to intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), the causes of which are complex and multiple, depending primarily on the mother, placenta, fetus, and combinations of all three.
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Maternal nutritional status during pregnancy will affect the outcomes for the mother and the baby. Many analyses of the relationship between diet and outcome are often based on a single or a few food items or nutrients. However, foods are not consumed in isolation and dietary patterns can be used Maternal nutrition and pregnancy outcomes book assess the whole diet by: maternal nutrition and birth outcomes, since the ‘‘outcome’ ’ occurs within a predictable and relatively short time period.
These RCTs, with few exceptions, manipulate the intake of. Poor pregnancy outcomes are inﬂuenced by a myr-iad of biologic, social, and environmental factors. By considering the most inﬂuential factors mediating the relationship between poverty and adverse preg-nancy outcomes, we can take meaningful action to narrow the rich–poor gap seen in maternal health outcomes.
Measurement of Pregnancy OutcomeCited by: Maternal nutrition during pregnancy and health of the offspring Article (PDF Available) in Biochemical Society Transactions 34(Pt 5) December with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Abstract. There is increasing recognition of the important role maternal nutrition plays in improving birth outcomes. This chapter summarizes the state of current knowledge on the role of maternal nutrition before and during pregnancy in determining birth outcomes especially preterm birth (PTB) and small for gestational age (SGA) that are of considerable public health significance and Cited by: 1.
Poor maternal nutrition status has been associated with poor maternal and fetal outcomes. Apart from poor maternal nutrition, biological, socioeconomic, teenage pregnancy, short interpregnancy interval and demographic factors in different Cited by: 4.
The book has 17 chapters presented in five parts, each devoted to an individual anthropometric indicator. These include weight gain in pregnancy, prepregnancy weight, height, arm circumference, and weight-for-height and body mass index. Maternal nutrition and pregnancy outcomes. [Katherine Krasovec; Mary Ann Anderson; Pan American Health Organization.; Print book: Conference publication: "Results of the meeting "Maternal Anthropometry for Prediction of Pregnancy Outcomes" held April in Washington, D.C., under the joint sponsorship of the United States.
maternal nutrition, pregnancy and birth outcomes may provide a basis for developing nutritional interventions that will improve birth outcomes and long-life health of the newborn, improving the quality of life and reducing mortality, morbidity, and health-care.
Maternal nutrition, preconception and throughout pregnancy, has an important impact on pregnancy outcomes and fetal growth. 3,5 Mothers who themselves may have been born small, as reflected by short maternal stature or maternal underweight, are anemic, smoke, drink alcohol, or consume caffeine during pregnancy have a higher risk of having a LBW.
Objective: To investigate the relations of maternal diet and smoking during pregnancy to placental and birth weights at term. Design: Prospective cohort study. Setting: District general hospital in the south of England.
Participants: pregnant nulliparous white women with singleton pregnancies who were selected from antenatal booking clinics with stratified random by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
MATERNAL NUTRITION Introduction A mother’s nutrition status and health both before and during pregnancy have significant effects on the outcome of her offspring. A baby's birth weight, rate of postnatal growth and chances of survival are all influenced by the mother’s health and dietary Size: KB.
This publication presents a summary of the most recent evidence on maternal nutrition, the prevention of obesity and noncommunicable disease.
It provides an overview and explores what national recommendations for nutrition, physical activity and weight gain during pregnancy are in place in the Member States of the WHO European Region.
Maternal nutrient depletion has been proposed as a possible cause of these poor pregnancy outcomes. Maternal depletion of energy and protein resulting from short interpregnancy intervals or early pregnancies leads to a reduction in maternal nutritional status at conception and altered pregnancy outcomes (1, 2, 33).
Partitioning of the available Cited by: Nutrition and pregnancy refers to the nutrient intake, and dietary planning that is undertaken before, during and after pregnancy. Nutrition of the fetus begins at conception.
For this reason, the nutrition of the mother is important from before conception (probably several months before) as well as throughout pregnancy and breast feeding. Maternal Nutrition and Pregnancy Outcomes, Anthropometric Assessment (Scientific publication): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: howed that the quality of the mother’s diet was linked to the baby’s health.
Natural experiments, such as severe food deprivation during World War II, further demonstrated the critical role of maternal nutrition in pregnancy outcomes. Shortly thereafter, researchers showed that prepregnancy nutrition also influenced the course of pregnancy with underweight women tending to have poor.
Healthy eating behavior during pregnancy enables optimal gestational weight gain and reduces complications, both of which are linked to positive birth outcomes and contribute to women's overall health (Kant, Schatzkin, Graubard, Schairer, ).Although the relationship between supplementation of specific nutrients and fetal outcomes remains unclear, poor maternal nutrition is linked to low Cited by: Anthropometric Assessment: PAHO Scientific Publication No Krasovec, K., Anderson, M.A.
PAHO: ISBN ISBN X: Order Number. About one third of all pregnant women in the United States are obese. Maternal obesity at conception alters gestational metabolic adjustments and affects placental, embryonic, and fetal growth and development.
Neural tube defects and other developmental anomalies are more common in infants born to obese women; these defects have been linked to poor glycemic control. Preeclampsia, a gestational Cited by: • Maternal weight status throughout the cycle influences the health of mother and child.
• Conceive at a healthy weight and gain accordingly, which will require (pre-pregnancy) weight loss for many women. • Provide dietary assessment early in pregnancy with a referral to an RD, if needed. Maternal malnutrition, ranging from under nutrition to over dietary intake before and in the pregnant state, is worldwide problem with significant consequences, not only for survival and increased risk for acute and chronic diseases both in mother and child, but also for economic productivity of individuals in the societies and additional costs on health system.
Inter alia, pre-pregnancy Cited by: