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Fetal Metabolic Effects of Late Preterm Steroid Exposure

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Euglycemia After Antenatal Late Preterm Steroids, the E-ALPS Study

Annually in the U.S 300,000 neonates are born late preterm, defined as 34 weeks 0 days - 36 weeks 6 days. The Antenatal Late Preterm Steroids (ALPS) Trial demonstrated that maternal treatment with betamethasone in the late preterm period significantly reduces neonatal respiratory complications, but also increases neonatal hypoglycemia, compared to placebo. This research study will attempt to answer the following primary question: Does a management protocol aimed at maintaining maternal euglycemia after ALPS decrease fetal hyperinsulinemia, compared to usual antepartum care?

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Maternal glycemic control

Maternal capillary blood glucose testing will be performed according to oral intake status: every 2 hours if not eating (NPO) or fasting and 1-hour postprandial if eating regular meals. Hyperglycemia, defined based on the American Diabetes Association and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommendations as well as current practice at study sites, will be treated according to study guidelines based on oral intake status: insulin infusion if NPO and subcutaneous insulin if e ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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Fetal Metabolic Consequences of Late Preterm Steroid Exposure

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NCT03076775

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