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Maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcomes
|Other titles||Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Supplement|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
Vitamin D deficiency (VDD) is a common problem in reproductive-aged women and has become a major public health problem worldwide. The effect of VDD in pregnancy has been associated with several adverse pregnancy outcomes. This study aims to assess the serum levels of hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) in the first trimester and its associated factors (socio-demographics, Cited by: 1. More recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborative Study on Maternal Anthropometry and Pregnancy Outcomes reviewed data on over births from 20 countries to assess anthropometric indicators that may be associated with poor fetal outcomes, such as low birthweight (LBW) and pre‐term delivery, or poor maternal outcomes, such Cited by:
Consequences of maternal postpartum depression: A systematic review of maternal and infant outcomes Justine Slomian, Germain Honvo, Patrick Emonts, Jean-Yves Reginster, and Olivier Bruyère Women's Health /Cited by: Anthropometry is a technique implemented for the scientific study of the measurements of the human body. Over the years anthropometric measurements have become an important tool for clinicians and scientists in health assessment of the fetal development and growth .One of the main parameters used in anthropometry to study the impact of the fetal growth through different phases of pregnancy Author: Niranjan Bhattacharya, Priyodarshi Sengupta.
Malnutrition is a significant global health concern, particularly in children under five years of age and pregnant women. The World Health Organization classifies malnutrition world-wide as the greatest threat to public health .Globally malnutrition is the most important risk factor for morbidity and death .According to the latest data available from World Bank, the average per capita Cited by: 2. pregnancy outcomes. This study aims to assess the serum levels of hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) in the first trimester and its associated factors (socio-demographics, pr egnancy profiles, dietary intake, and maternal anthropometry measurements) for the determination of Cited by: 1.
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The study assessed some 25 data sets on maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcome from 20 countries, Maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcomes book information on more thanbirths. One of the principal aims of the study was to quantify the extent to which anthropometric measurements are useful and efficient in predicting specific infant and maternal outcomes and.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcomes. Geneva: World Health Organization, (OCoLC) meta-analysis of 25 data sets on maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcomes from 20 different countries, providing information on more than 1 1 1 births and quantifying to what degree anthropometric measurements are useful and efficient in predicting maternal and child outcomes of preg-nancy in the community and at home in different.
The WHO collaborative study on maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcomes, using data fromwomen from across the world reported that mothers in the lowest quartile of pre-pregnancy weight, carried an elevated risk of IUGR and LBW of (95% CI) and (95% CI) respectively, compared to the upper by: 1.
The WHO Collaborative Study on Maternal Anthropometry and Pregnancy Outcomes ()  showed that birth weights between and kg, with a mean of kg, were associated with the optimal ratio of good foetal and maternal outcomes.
equations; [25,26, Material & Methods Anthropometrics measurements techniques:. Vitamin D plays a crucial role during pregnancy, owing to the potential to modulate foetal programming and the future health status of the offspring .Neonates are heavily dependent on maternal vitamin D status, with severe deficiency resulting in poor skeletal mineralisation and increased risk of rickets , and insufficiency linked with a plethora of adverse neonatal outcomes including Cited by: Improving nutrition for women and young children has always been at work on maternal anthropometry arose in the s by adding a nutrition component to a new USAID initiative to reduce maternal mortality and pregnancy outcomes book released (PAHO/USAID) is formed.
Adverse effects of maternal vitamin D deficiency have been linked to adverse pregnancy outcomes. We investigated the relationship between maternal vitamin D status and newborn anthropometry measurements using a genetic approach and examined the interaction between genetic variations in involved in vitamin D synthesis and metabolism and maternal vitamin D concentrations Author: Arif Sabta Aji, Erwinda Erwinda, Rosfita Rasyid, Yusrawati Yusrawati, Safarina G Malik, Buthaina Ala.
Maternal factors, fetal development and pregnancy outcome reduce fat oxidization, giving rise to phenotypes which combine short legs and small stature with increased adiposity (Frisancho, ).
Maternal anthropometric measurements (height, weight, and MUAC) were determined at enrolment and followed up dur-ing pregnancy.
Pre-pregnancy BMI was calculated based on the height routinely measured at the clinic visit and pre-pregnancy body weight obtained at interview through mater-nal and child monitoring book.
Maternal body weight was. Dietary Patterns and Maternal Anthropometry in HIV-Infected, Pregnant Malawian Women Article (PDF Available) in Nutrients 7(1) January with 39 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
There was one missing value for the primary outcome and other infant birth weight outcomes; many other outcomes (including infant anthropometry, infant and maternal delivery data) had less than 1% missing data, while infant SFTM and other maternal antenatal measures had between 20–40% missing data.
Association of Maternal Dietary Intake during Pregnancy and Infant Anthropometry. Factors associated with infant anthropometry, including maternal macro- and micro-nutrient intake, are displayed in final multiple linear regression models in Table 3.
Several dietary factors were associated recurrently with offspring by: Special conditions and circumstances. The Handbook of Anthropometry is an invaluable addition to the reference libraries of a broad spectrum of health professionals, among them health scientists, physicians, physiologists, nutritionists, dieticians, nurses, public health researchers, epidemiologists, exercise physiologists, and physical therapists.
Hypertens Pregnancy ;– 3. Ngene NC, Moodley J. Physiology of blood pressure relevant to managing hypertension in pregnancy. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med ;– 4. WHO.
Physical status: the use and interpretation of anthropometry: report of a. 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 anthropometry for prediction of pregnancy outcomes: Memorandum from a USAID/WHO/PAHO/Mother Care meeting (2. ed.), Bull Wld Hlth Org, Cited by: The Epidemiology of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes: An Overview Table 1 is taken from data reported in the WHO Collaborative Study of maternal anthropometry and pregnancy outcomes, the United Nations Children's Fund's The State of the World's ChildrenYear Book Medical, Chicago.
Google ScholarCited by: Maternal Anthropometry and Idiopathic Preterm Labor MICHAEL S. KRAMER, MD, ALLAN L. COATES, MD, MARIE-CLAIRE MKHOUD, PkD, SUZANNE DAGENAIS, BSc, EMILY F. HAMILTON, MD, AND APOSTOLOS PAPAGEORGIOU, MD Objective: To assess the etiologic role of maternal short stature, low pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMIl, and low rate of gestational weight gain in idiopathic Cited by:.
While improving maternal dietary intake and BMI prior to conception should be a focus for optimising pregnancy and birth outcomes, as well as offspring health in the longer term, this data suggests that dietary management strategies during pregnancy may be beneficial in facilitating healthy fetal growth, particularly in obese pregnant women Author: Stephanie V.
Wrottesley, Alessandra Prioreschi, Sarah H. Kehoe, Kate A. Ward, Shane A. Norris, Shane.Maternal vitamin D deficiency in pregnancy is a widespread public health concern.
Race and ethnicity as biological and cultural factors, respectively, can affect vitamin D status through differences in skin color, sunlight exposure, and dietary intake.
Low maternal vitamin D status in pregnancy may affect both mother and fetus adversely. Vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency are linked to a.Findings on maternal hydroxyvitamin D (25[OH]D) and neonatal anthropometry are inconsistent, and may at least be partly due to variations in gestational week (GW) of 25(OH)D measurement and the lack of longitudinal 25(OH)D measurements across gestation.
The aim of the current study was to examine the associations of longitudinal measures of maternal 25(OH)D and neonatal anthropometry at by: 1.