Waist Circumference + CRP Levels


Study Description: Greater than 40% of pregnant women are either overweight or obese. Obesity is associated with increased risk of pregnancy complications.By identifying obese women at the onset of prenatal care obstetricians are able to incorporate increased surveillance for these complications.

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     (706) 721-3556
    listreet@augusta.edu

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Principal Investigator: Linda Street

Eligibility Criteria: Inclusion Criteria Prenatal care entry <14 weeks gestation at AU Health, Department of OB/GYN outpatient clinic Delivery at Augusta University Medical Center BMI <35 Exclusion Criteria Non pregnant patients- as the study is to investigate the effects of waist circumference measurement and CRP in the setting of pregnancy.

Compensation: No, subjects will not be compensated.

 

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