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NTR 410 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Gestational Diabetes, Prenatal Care, Blood SugarExam


Department
Nutrition
Course Code
NTR 410
Professor
April Fogleman
Study Guide
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/Assessment 4
Started on Thursday, March 1, 2018, 2:09 PM
State Finished
Completed on Thursday, March 1, 2018, 3:05 PM
Time taken 55 mins 48 secs
Points 52.50/53.00
Grade 99.06 out of 100.00
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Elizabeth is a 36-year old who entered pregnancy with a BMI of 23.5. She began receiving
prenatal care at 32 weeks gestation and was screened for gestational diabetes the next day.
Results of her oral glucose tolerance test revealed the following blood glucose levels:
Fasting:  90 mg/dL
1-hour: 195 mg/dL
2-hour: 163 mg/dL
3-hour: 135 mg/dL
Elizabeth’s health care provider advised her to consume a no-sugar, low-carbohydrate diet and
to keep her weight gain low throughout the rest of pregnancy. She delivered a large infant
(4750 grams) at 39 weeks gestation.

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Question 1
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Based on thediagnostic criteria for gestational diabetes, how do you know Elizabeth tested
positive?
Select one or more:
a. Elizabeth's 3-hour blood glucose level was elevated
b. Elizabeth's 2-hour blood glucose level was elevated
c. Elizabeth's 1-hour blood glucose level was elevated
d. Elizabeth's fasting blood glucose level was elevated
The correct answers are: Elizabeth's 1-hour blood glucose level was elevated, Elizabeth's 2-hour
blood glucose level was elevated

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Question 2
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Match the organization with the recommended screening process for GDM.
75 g, 2 hour OGTT
•Fasting Values > 92 mg/dL OR
•1-hour Values > 180 mg/dL OR
•2-hour Values > 153 mg/dL
American Diabetes Association
•Step 1: 50g, 1 hour OGTT (> 135-140
mg/dL) AND
•Step 2: 100g, 3 hour OGTT (2 cut-
offs)
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
75 g, 2 hour OGTT (1 or more indicate
GDM)
•Fasting Values > 92 - 125 mg/dL OR
•1-hour Values > 180 mg/dL OR
•2-hour Values > 153 - 199 mg/dL
World Health Organization
The correct answer is:
75 g, 2 hour OGTT
•Fasting Values > 92 mg/dL OR
•1-hour Values > 180 mg/dL OR
•2-hour Values > 153 mg/dL
American Diabetes Association,
•Step 1: 50g, 1 hour OGTT (> 135-140 mg/dL) AND
•Step 2: 100g, 3 hour OGTT (2 cut-offs)
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
75 g, 2 hour OGTT (1 or more indicate GDM)
•Fasting Values > 92 - 125 mg/dL OR
•1-hour Values > 180 mg/dL OR
•2-hour Values > 153 - 199 mg/dL
World Health Organization
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