Development of Clinical Nursing Practice Guideline for Pregnant Women with Risk of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

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Patcharakorn Pensirisomboon
Kanokporn Nateetanasombat

Abstract

This research aimed to develop clinical nursing practice guideline for pregnant women with risk of gestational diabetes mellitus (CNPG-RGDM) by evidence-based practice and also aimed to apply CNPG-RGDM for pregnant women with risk of gestational diabetes mellitus. The results could divide into 2 phases. First phase was the development of CNPG-RGDM, which one hundred and seven articles had been searched, and yet twenty articles had relevant to nursing care for pregnant women with risk of GDM and GDM, which articles were in between 2013 to 2018.This development of CNPG-RGDM was composed of two processes, which were screening process for risk of GDM group by using assessment form for screening risk, and the process of nursing care relevant to level of risk of GDM and continuing follow up. Second phase was to apply this CNPG-RGDM. The samples were twenty-eight pregnant women with risk of GDM, who came to receive service for the first time to twenty eight weeks of gestational age. The study found that most pregnant women were in the high risk of GDM with 96.43 percentage. The low risk was 3.57 percentage. These pregnant women with risk of GDM had received the consultation, adjusted life style behaviors, and received handbook in order to record food consumption per day and record calories and suitable exercise. Final results after 1 week of applying CNPG-RGDM and follow up found that they had body weight not over 0.5 gram per week with 89.29 percentage and not found sugar in the urine last ANC visit at all case.

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Pensirisomboon P, Nateetanasombat K. Development of Clinical Nursing Practice Guideline for Pregnant Women with Risk of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2020Aug.31 [cited 2020Oct.21];21(2):252-61. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/228833
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