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Viswanathan M, Siega-Riz AM, Moos MK, et al. Outcomes of Maternal Weight Gain. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2008 May. (Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 168.)

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Appendix C. Evidence Tables

Glossary
adjadjusted
AGAappropriate for gestational age
AORadjusted odds ratio?
bfbody fat
BFbreast feeding
bpblood pressure
BMIbody mass index
CIConfidence interval
CPDcardiopulmonary disease
CPSCollaborative Perinatal Study
ECWextra cellular water
ggram
gagestational age
GDMgestational diabetes
gestgestational
GWGgestational weigh gain
HDLhigh density lipoprotein
HDPhypertensive disorders of pregnancy
hghemoglobin
ICD-9-CMInternational Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification
IGTimpaired glucose tolerance
IGURintrauterine growth retardartion
IOMInstitute of Medicine
IUGRintrauterine growth restriction
IVFin vitro fertilization
kgkilogram
kg/wkkilogram per week
lbpound
LBWlow birth weight
LGAlarge for gestational age
MCHmaternal and child health
MWGmaternal weight gain
Nnumber
NAnot applicable
NICUneonatal intensive care unit
NIHNational Institutes of Health
NIMUneonatal intensive medical unit
NRnot reported
NVSDnormal spontaneous vaginal delivery
OGTToral glucose tolerance test
pP-value
PEpulmonary embolism
pgpregnancy?
PIHpregnancy induced hypertension
PNCprenatal care
PPWRpostpartum weight reduction
Prepgprepregnancy
PTBpreterm birth
RRrelative risk
SDstandard deviation
SEstandard error
SGAsmall for gestational age
TBWtotal body water
TSFtriceps skinfold
UCSFUniversity of California at San Francisco
USUnited States
VBACvaginal birth after cesarean
VLBWvery low birth weight
WHOWorld Health Organization
WHRwaist to hip ratio
WICWomen's, Infant, and Children program

Table 1. Gestational weight gain and discomforts of pregnancy

Table 2. Gestational weight gain and hyperemesis

Table 3. Maternal weight gain and abnormal glucose metabolism

Table 4. Gestational weight gain and hypertensive disorders

Table 5. Gestational weight gain and gallstones

Table 6. Gestational weight gain and premature rupture of membranes

Table 7. Gestational weight gain and preterm labor

Table 8. Maternal weight gain and post-term pregnancy

Table 9. Gestational weight gain and induction of labor

Table 10. Maternal weight gain and length of labor

Table 11. Gestational weight gain and mode of delivery

Table 12. Gestational weight gain and vaginal birth after cesarean

Table 13. Gestational weight gain and vaginal lacerations

Table 14. Maternal weight gain and shoulder dystocia

Table 15. Gestational weight gain and cephalopelvic disproportion

Table 16. Gestational weight gain and complications of labor and delivery

Table 17. Gestational weight gain and preterm birth

Table 18. Gestational weight gain and birthweight

Table 19. Gestational weight gain and low birth weight

Table 20. Gestational weight gain and macrosomia

Table 21. Gestational weight gain and large-for-gestational age

Table 22. Gestational weight gain and small-for-gestational age

Table 23. Gestational weight gain and Apgar Scores

Table 24. Gestational weight gain and perinatal mortality

Table 25. Gestational weight gain and neonatal distress

Table 26. Gestational weight gain and neonatal hypoglycemia

Table 27. Gestational weight gain and hyperbilirubinemia

Table 28. Gestational weight gain and neonatal hospitalization

Table 29. Gestational weight gain and other infant morbidity

Table 30. Gestational weight gain and infant BMI

Table 31. Gestational weight gain and other infant growth characteristics

Table 32. Gestational weight gain and childhood weight status

Table 33. Gestational weight gain and childhood hospitalization

Table 34. Gestational weight gain and postpartum weight retention

Table 35. Gestational weight gain and premenopausal breast cancer

Table 36. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and gestational diabetes

Table 37. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and hypertension

Table 38. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and pre-eclampsia

Table 39. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and cesarean delivery

Table 40. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and preterm birth

Table 41. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and infant birth weight

Table 42. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and low birth weight

Table 43. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and large for gestational age

Table 44. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and macrosomia

Table 45. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and small-for-gestational age

Table 46. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and Apgar scores

Table 47. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and perinatal mortality

Table 48. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and hypoglycemia

Table 49. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and admission to neonatal intensive care

Table 50. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and childhood weight status

Table 51. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and lactation performance

Table 52. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and fat retention

Table 53. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and short-term weight retention

Table 54. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and weight retention during the first year postpartum

Table 55. Gestational weight gain with reference to IOM recommendations and long-term weight retention

Table 56. Anthropometrics of maternal weight retention

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