International medical research frontier. 2019; 3: (1) 3; DOI: 10.12208/j.imrf.20190003.
Objective: To analyze the effect of early screening and intervention of gestational diabetes on mother and infant perinatal period. Methods: In this experiment, a total of 122 pregnant women in our hospital from February 2018 to February 2019 were selected. The selected pregnant women were divided into group A and group B by drawing lots. The number of pregnant women in the two groups was the same. During the experiment, the pregnant women in Group A did not receive early screening and intervention for gestational diabetes, and the pregnant women in Group B received early screening and intervention for gestational diabetes. The perinatal conditions of the two groups were compared and analyzed. Results: The results of the study showed that compared with the pregnant women in group A, the odds of dystocia and pregnancy-induced hypertension in group B were lower, and the odds of dystocia and pregnancy-induced hypertension showed significant differences. The data showed statistical significance (p < 0.05); Compared with infants in Group A, the incidence of hypoglycemia and the incidence of giant children in Group B are lower, and there are significant differences in the performance of infants with hypoglycemia and the incidence of giant children. The data show statistical significance ( p <0.05). Conclusion : Early screening and interventions for gestational diabetes have a positive effect on the perinatal period of mothers and infants, which can reduce the probability of maternal dystocia, pregnancy-induced hypertension, the incidence of hypoglycemia in fetuses and the incidence of giant children , which has strong practical significance.