Giriş ve Amaç: Bu çalışmada, gestasyonel diyabet tanısı almış ve diyabetli olmayan gebeler ile aynı yaş grubunda gebe olmayan sağlıklı kadın bireylerin Açlık Kan Şekeri total kolesterol, trigliserit ve plazma krom parametreleri çalışılarak, bu metabolik parametrelerin, gebelik ile gestasyonel diyabetteki değişimleri ve birbirleri ile etkileşimlerinin incelenmesi amaçlanmıştır. Gereç ve Yöntem: Bu çalışmaya, 50 adet gestasyonel diyabetli gebe, 50 adet diyabetli olmayan sağlıklı gebe ile 50 adet aynı yaş grubunda olan gebe olmayan sağlıklı kadın birey dahil edilmiştir. Hasta, gebe ve kontrol grubundan alınan kan örneklerinde açlık kan şekeri, total kolesterol, trigliserit ve plazma krom düzeyleri ölçülmüştür. Bulgular: Gestasyonel diyabetli grubun açlık kan şekeri ve plazma krom düzeyleri, diğer iki gruptan anlamlı yüksek çıkmıştır (p
Objective: In this study, it is aimed to investigate the changes and interactions of these metabolic parameters in pregnancy and gestational diabetes and by studying fasting blood sugar, total cholesterol, triglyceride and plasma chromium parameters, in blood samples of pregnant women diagnosed with gestational diabetes, pregnant women without diabetes and healthy women who are not pregnant in the same age group. Materials and Methods: This study included 50 pregnant women with gestational diabetes, 50 healthy pregnant women without diabetes and 50 healthy non-pregnant women in the same age group. It was measured fasting blood sugar, total cholesterol, triglyceride and plasma chromium concentrations in blood samples taken from the patient and control groups. Results: Fasting blood sugar and plasma chromium levels of gestational diabetes group were significantly higher than the other two groups (p
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