Total number of prenatal care visits during pregnancy
Number of prenatal care visits after enrollment
Number of prenatal care visits with log/glucometer available for RN or MD to review
Number of prenatal care visits in which patient met blood sugar targets
Number of prenatal care visits in which an intervention for blood sugars was recommended (e.g. starting medication or changing medication dose)
Frequency of symptomatic hypoglycemia episodes (hypoglycemia defined as <70 mg/dL per ADA)
Frequency of asymptomatic hypoglycemia episodes (hypoglycemia defined as <70 mg/dL per ADA)
Hemoglobin A1c at the time of enrollment
Hemoglobin A1c at 36 weeks gestational age
Lowest recorded blood sugar during prenatal care
Highest recorded blood sugar during prenatal care
Average recorded blood sugar during prenatal care
Average number of blood sugar checks actually performed each week
% of blood sugars within goal each week
Did the patient need diabetes medication (including oral agents and insulin) during antepartum period?
Did the patient need insulin during the intrapartum period?
Total weight gain during pregnancy in kilograms
Was the patient ever admitted to antepartum service for any indication, including poorly-controlled diabetes or diabetes-related complication?
Did the patient receive antenatal corticosteroid treatment?
Amniotic fluid index <5 cm or maximum vertical pocket <2cm
Amniotic fluid index >24cm or maximum vertical pocket >8cm
Ultrasonographic estimated fetal weight or abdominal circumference <10% for gestational ag
Gestational age at delivery
Did the patient undergo induction of labor?
primary cesarean section, repeat cesarean section, vaginal delivery, vaginal delivery with vacuum, vaginal delivery with forceps
If the patient had cesarean delivery, what was the indication?
Did the patient attempt a trial of labor after cesarean?
Quantitative blood loss (or estimated if quantitative is unknown) in cc’s
3rd or 4th degree perineal laceration
Pregnancy-induced hypertension (gestational hypertension, preeclampsia, HELLP syndrome)
Did the patient have severe-range blood pressures require antihypertensive medication?
Venous thromboembolism: deep venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolism
Length of hospital admission for labor, delivery, and postpartum
Did the patient get readmitted within 30 days of delivery?
Cesarean wound infection of dehiscence, perineal laceration breakdown
Did the patient develop any cardiac complications such as arrhythmias or cardiomyopathy?
Did any maternal seizures occur during the pregnancy or postpartum?
Birth weight >4000 grams
Large for gestational age (birth weight ≥90% for gestational age)
Small for gestational age (birth weight <10% for gestational age)
5-minute Apgar score
Did the baby have a cord blood gas pH <7.0?
What was the base excess on the cord blood gas?
What was the neonatal serum blood glucose at birth?
Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome
Transient tachypnea of the newborn
Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (as defined in AAP 2004 Clinical Practice Guideline “Management of Hyperbilirubinemia in the Newborn Infant 35 or More Weeks of Gestation”)
How many days after birth did the neonate stay in the hospital?
Intrauterine fetal demise or stillbirth
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