GAP is very useful when a pregnant woman is obese.

GAP is very useful when a pregnant woman is obese, as this often makes it difficult for medical personnel to obtain a clear ultrasound image of her baby. This is especially true in the final stages of pregnancy, when most birth weight measurements are obtained, so that it is earlier in the pregnancy a distinct advantage. Previous research conducted at the University of Rochester CAP already has shown that accurate when used in diabetic and non-diabetic patients. – Obesity for almost all for almost all obstetric complications explains Dr Loralei Thornburg of the Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine at the University. It is particularly important to high birth weight babies over 4,000 grams as they identify with higher complication rates for mothers and babies..

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