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Table 1—

Ambulatory glucose values in pregnant women with normal glucose tolerance

StudySubjects (n)FastingPostprandial (60 min)Postprandial (peak)
Paretti et al. (3)* 51 69 (57–81) 108 (96–120)  
  3.8 (3.2–4.5) 6.0 (5.3–6.7)  
Yogev et al. (2) 57 75 (51–99) 105 (79–131) 110 (68–142) 
  4.2 (2.8–5.5) 5.8 (4.4–7.3) 6.1 (3.8–7.9) 
StudySubjects (n)FastingPostprandial (60 min)Postprandial (peak)
Paretti et al. (3)* 51 69 (57–81) 108 (96–120)  
  3.8 (3.2–4.5) 6.0 (5.3–6.7)  
Yogev et al. (2) 57 75 (51–99) 105 (79–131) 110 (68–142) 
  4.2 (2.8–5.5) 5.8 (4.4–7.3) 6.1 (3.8–7.9) 

Data are conventional and SI units (95% CI).

*

Glucose measured by capillary glucose meter with values adjusted to reflect plasma concentration (3).

Values obtained by continuous monitoring of interstitial fluid (2).

The time of the “peak” postprandial glucose concentration = 70 min (44–96).

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