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2009

Stothard KJ, Tennant PW, Bell R, Rankin J.

Maternal overweight and obesity and the risk of congenital anomalies: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA. 2009 Feb 11;301(6):636-50.
PMID: 19211471

foetus growth ; pathologies of newborn ; maternal weight ; public health

CONTEXT: Evidence suggests an association between maternal obesity and [...]

easy

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2085

Une femme enceinte sur 5 est obèse en Grande Bretagne, mais on a peu d'études qui estiment l'efficacité des programmes d'intervention. Sur 7 étudiés, deux sont efficaces.

2008

I. Guelinckx, R. Devlieger, K. Beckers, G. Vansant

Maternal obesity: pregnancy complications, gestational weight gain and nutrition
Obesity Reviews 9 (2) , 140–150

diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

The obesity epidemic affects all, including women of reproductive age. [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-789X.2007.00464.x [...]

2086

Pour que les études soient significatives, il faudrait que les indicateurs servant à mesurer la de la prise de poids pendant la grossesse et ses variations après la grossesse soient bien définis, en fonction de l'objectif de l'étude

2008

Amanda R. Amorim, Yvonne Linné, Gilberto Kac, Paulo M. Lourenço

Assessment of weight changes during and after pregnancy: practical approaches
Maternal & Child Nutrition 4 (1) , 1–13

evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; maternal weight

The usefulness of routine prenatal weight measurements in predicting pregnancy [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1740-8709.2007.00093.x [...]

2100

Programme efficace pour réduire la prise de poids (objectif moins de 7 kg) des femmes obèses pendant la grossesse: entretiens de motivation hebdomadaires et gymnastique aquatique.

2008

I-M Claesson, G Sydsjö, J Brynhildsen, M Cedergren, A Jeppsson, F Nyström, A Sydsjö, A Josefsson

Weight gain restriction for obese pregnant women: a case-control intervention study
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 115 (1) , 44–50.

instrumental delivery ; diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective To minimise obese women’s total weight gain during pregnancy [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2104

Chez des femmes obèses (indice de masse corporelle IMC > 35) , un programme d'entretiens diététique (10 fois 1 heure) a permis de réduire la prise de poids pendant la grossesse à 6,6 kg contre 13.3 kg pour le groupe sans entretiens. Ceci s'accompagne d'un meilleur métabolisme glucidique.

2008

S Wolff, J Legarth, K Vangsgaard, S Toubro1 and A Astrup

A randomized trial of the effects of dietary counseling on gestational weight gain and glucose metabolism in obese pregnant women. International Journal of Obesity advance online publication 29 January 2008.
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective:

Can gestational weight gain in obese women be restricted [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2202

L'obésité augmente le risque de défaut de fermeture du tube neural.

2008

S. A. Rasmussen, S. Y. Chu, S. Y. Kim, C. H. Schmid and J. Lau

Maternal obesity and risk of neural tube defects: a metaanalysis. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2008;198(6):611-619.
evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; maternal weight

We conducted a metaanalysis of published evidence on the relationship between [...]

hard

2084

Les programmes de limitation de poids pendant la grossesse ont une efficacité mitigée, ceux pour la perte de poids après la grossesse ont fait leurs preuves. Encore du travail pour trouver des programmes efficaces en direction des bas revenus et minorités ethniques

2007

Lorraine O. Walker

Managing Excessive Weight Gain During Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing 36 (5) , 490–500

maternal weight

Childbearing is a period in the life cycle during which some women may [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2102

Les femmes non diabétiques qui ont déjà eu un gros bébé (> 4,5kg) ont d'autant plus de chance d'avoir un second gros bébé qu'elles ont un indice de masse corporelle élevé, qu'elles ont pris beaucoup de poids, et que leur poids pendant la première grossesse était élevé.

2007

Rhona MAHONY, Michael FOLEY, Fionnuala MCAULIFFE, Colm O’HERLIHY

Maternal weight characteristics influence recurrence of fetal macrosomia in women with normal glucose tolerance
The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 47 (5) , 399–401.

macrosomy ; maternal weight

This study examines the relationship between maternal weight characteristics [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2105

Méta analyse sur 16 études, qui montre que le poids moyen des femmes baisse de façon continue pendant 12 mois après l'accouchement. Mais on a peu de données sur l'évolution après 12 mois. Il semble que les femmes reprennent du poids en moyenne, mais cela serait dû aux modes de vie et non à la grossesse. Les auteurs recommandent de réserver le terme "rétention de poids post partum" à une durée limitée 12-18 mois après l'accouchement.

2007

N M Schmitt, W K Nicholson and J Schmitt

The association of pregnancy and the development of obesity – results of a systematic review and meta-analysis on the natural history of postpartum weight retention. International Journal of Obesity (2007) 31, 1642–1651. Published online 3 July 2007
maternal weight

Objective:

The magnitude of the contribution of childbearing [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2113

Etude contrôlée sur 132 femmes, 6 maternités réparties en deux groupes. Dans le groupe où des conseils ont été donnés aux femmes sur l'alimentation et l'activité physique, on constate: cela les a aidé à continuer à consommer du pain complet (alors que la consommation décroît dans l'autre groupe), plus de fruits, légumes et fibres. Mais pas d'impact sur le temps d'activité physique de loisirs ni sur la prise de poids pendant la grossesse.

2007

T I Kinnunen, M Pasanen, M Aittasalo, M Fogelholm, L Hilakivi-Clarke, E Weiderpass, R Luoto

Preventing excessive weight gain during pregnancy – a controlled trial in primary health care. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2007) 61, 884–891. Published online 17 January 2007
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective:

To investigate whether individual counselling on [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2114

Liens entre le régime de la mère (proétéines et hydrates de carbones) et certains indicateurs de poids ou indice corporel du bébé, de périmètre crânien, de placenta. Les conclusions ne sont pas évidentes à interpréter au premier abord. Plus la mère prend de protéines, plus les bébés ont un indice pondéral faible. Si on en prend plus en fin de grossesse, les gros bébés sont moins gros, mais pas les petits bébés.

2007

K Andreasyan, A-L Ponsonby, T Dwyer, R Morley, M Riley, K Dear, J Cochrane

Higher maternal dietary protein intake in late pregnancy is associated with a lower infant ponderal index at birth. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2007) 61, 498–508. Published online 29 November 2006
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Aim:

A high ponderal index at birth has been associated with [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2115

Cette étude (sur plus de 44 000 femmes au Danemark) a permis d'identifier 3 grand types d'habitudes alimentaires des femmes enceintes: celles qui consomment surtout des viandes rouges, des viandes transformées et des laitages entiers ; celles qui consomment fruits, légumes, volailles et poisson ; celles qui consomment des aliments des deux groupes.
Les femmes qui consomment viandes rouges, transformées et laitages entiers ont un risque accru d'avoir un bébé de poids inférieur à son âge gestationnel.

2007

V K Knudsen, I M Orozova-Bekkevold, T B Mikkelsen, S Wolff, S F Olsen

Major dietary patterns in pregnancy and fetal growth. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition advance online publication 28 March 2007.
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objectives:

To investigate possible associations between maternal [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2116

Identification de 5 modèles alimentaires pendant la grossesse (santé réfléchie, traditionnel, transformé, sucreries, végétarien). Fort lien entre modèle alimentaire et données socioéconomiques (niveau d'étude, parité, emploi ou non, célibat, fumeuses, âge, surpoids avant la grossesse.

2007

K Northstone, P Emmett, I Rogers

Dietary patterns in pregnancy and associations with socio-demographic and lifestyle factors. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition advance online publication 21 March 2007
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective:

To obtain distinct dietary patterns in the third [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2122

This article comments this study: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/563868
"Limitations of the study include insufficiently comprehensive outcome variables in dealing with the degree of severity; failure to consider long-term effects of differing magnitudes of weight gain, whether for the mother or for the infant; imperfect completeness and accuracy of the diagnoses used; more than 95% of the women in the study population being of European white origin, limiting generalizability of the findings; observational cohort design without prospective testing; and study not limited to term infants only."...

"The main outcome of the study was the relationship between pregnancy weight gain and negative obstetric and neonatal outcomes. Maternal outcomes included preeclampsia, postpartum hemorrhage, venous complications, shoulder dystocia, complications of anesthesia, and stillbirth after 28 weeks of gestation. Neonatal negative outcomes included birth trauma, respiratory disorders, bacterial sepsis, hemorrhagic disorders, convulsions, perinatal death, and an Apgar score less than 7 at 5 minutes."
See also
http://medjournalwatch.blogspot.com/2007/10/yet-pregnant-women-target-of-weight.html

2007

Cedergren

Optimal gestational weight gain for body mass index categories.. Obstet Gynecol. 2007 Oct;110(4):743-4.
maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To establish optimal gestational weight gain for each maternal [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17906006? [...]

2123

Etude effectuée sur les registres du Missouri, 1999-2000, sur des grossesse non gémellaires avec naissance à terme. Comparées aux femmes qui prennent 11 à 16 kg (prise recommandée par l'Institut de médecine), Les femmes qui prennent moins de 11 kg ont moins de risques de: prééclampsie, disproportions céphalo-pelviennes, échec de déclenchement, césarienne, et macrosomie ; mais plus de risques de "petit bébé" (RCIU? ou "petit pour l'âge gestationnel). Celles qui prennent plus de 16 kg ont: plus de risques de prééclampsie, d'échec du déclenchement, de césarienne et de macrosomie, mais moins de risques d'avoir un petit bébé. L'étude conclut que les recommandations de l'Institut de médecine permettent de bien de minimiser les risques de la grossesse et de l'accouchement, tous risques confondus.

2007

DeVader SR, Neeley HL, Myles TD, Leet TL.

Evaluation of gestational weight gain guidelines for women with normal prepregnancy body mass index.. Obstet Gynecol. 2007 Oct;110(4):743-4.
maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the relationship between gestational weight gain [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2126

Bien que la prise de poids recommandée pour les femmes obèses (30-34.9, 35-35.9, and 40.0 kg/m(2)) est de 7 kg (Etats-Unis), une prise de poids inférieure diminue le risque de: prééclampsie, césarienne, macrosomie, avec comme contrepartie l'augmentation du risque de bébé trop petit pour son âge gestationnel.

2007

Kiel DW, Dodson EA, Artal R, Boehmer TK, Leet TL.

Gestational weight gain and pregnancy outcomes in obese women: how much is enough?
c-section/caesarean ; eclampsia (pre-) ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the effect of gestational weight change on pregnancy [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2129

--je demande relecture/ retraduction de ce résumé, le sens des conclusions m'échappe--

Obésité avant grossesse avec prise de poids de plus de 15 kg augmente significativement les risques de: césarienne pour primipares et multipares, macrosomie, et (non-) allaitement à 10 semaines. Par contre, pas de différence entre prises de poids 7-11kg et prise de poids 11-15 kg. Conclusion (pas évident de comprendre d'où elle vient): il vaut mieux informer les femmes avant la grossesse qu'un bon indice de masse corporel est meilleur.

2007

Jain NJ, Denk CE, Kruse LK, Dandolu V.

Maternal obesity: can pregnancy weight gain modify risk of selected adverse pregnancy outcomes? Am J Perinatol. 2007 May;24(5):291-8. Epub 2007 May 18.
c-section/caesarean ; macrosomy ; maternal weight

Reports by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommend that gestational weight [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2132

Etude danoise, qui étudie les risques de bébés trop petits (moins de 3kg) ou trop gros (4 kg et plus) en fonction de la prise de poids maternelle pour chaque catégorie d'indice de masse corporelle (IMC) et compare aux recommandations américaines (Institut of Medicine). Il en résulte que les recommandations américaines peuvent s'appliquer aux femmes de poids normal, en surpoids et obèses ; mais pour les femmes en sous-poids, en comparant les risques de bébés trop petits avec ceux de bébé trop gros, l'étude trouve que la limite de prise de poids maximum devrait être relevée.

2007

Line Rode, MD1, Hanne K. Hegaard, RM2,3, Hanne Kjærgaard, RM2,3, Lars F. Møller, MD, DrSci4, Ann Tabor, DrSci1 and Bent Ottesen, DrSci

Association Between Maternal Weight Gain and Birth Weight. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2007;109:1309-1315
© 2007 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

low birth weight ; macrosomy ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the association between maternal weight gain [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2173

2007

Patrick M. Catalano

Increasing Maternal Obesity and Weight Gain During Pregnancy: The Obstetric Problems of Plentitude
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 2007; 110: 743 - 744.

maternal weight

hard

http://www.greenjournal.org/cgi/content/full/110/4/743? [...]

2180

Editorial. A résumer lorsque nous aurons le texte entier.

2007

Jennifer M Walsh and Deirdre J Murphy

Weight and pregnancy (Editorial)
BMJ, Jul 2007; 335: 169

maternal weight

Women of reproductive age are bombarded with messages about diet, weight, [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.39267.518808.80 [...]

2187

Comment mesure la prise de poids pendant la grossesse: nouvelle méthode qui utilise la surface sous la courbe de prise de poids. Cette méthode ne s'avère pas plus efficace que les autres pour prédire le poids de naissance, mais elle est supérieure pour prédire la rétention pondérale à 12, 24 ou 36 mois (mais pas à 6 mois).

2007

Ken P Kleinman, Emily Oken, Jenny S Radesky, Janet W Rich-Edwards, Karen E Peterson, and Matthew W Gillman

How should gestational weight gain be assessed? A comparison of existing methods and a novel method, area under the weight gain curve
Int. J. Epidemiol., December 2007; 36: 1275 - 1282.

maternal weight

Background Gestational weight gain is important to assess for epidemiological [...]

hard

http://ije.oxfordjou [...]

2189

Etude norvégienne sur les activités physiques avant la grossesse et à chaque trimestre de grossesse, et lien avec la prise de poids. Les données d’observation (ex. mode de transport, taux femmes travaillant pendant la grossesse) ont-elle un hors du pays et milieu dans lequel elle a été effectuée?

2007

Haakstad LA, Voldner N, Henriksen T, Bø K

Physical activity level and weight gain in a cohort of pregnant Norwegian women. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand - Vol. 86, Issue 5, 2007, Pages 559-64
maternal age ; maternal weight

BACKGROUND: It is generally recommended that healthy, pregnant women should [...]

hard

http://www.thelancet [...]

2103

Comparaison de femmes qui ont arrêté de fumer avant ou au début de la grossesse, de fumeuses et de non fumeuses. Plus de prise de poids excessives chez les anciennes fumeuses que chez les autres, mais ce n'est plus vrai à régime alimentaire équivalent (quantité de fruits et légumes, que les anciennes fumeuses consomment moins) Plus de petits poids de naissance chez les fumeuses, pas chez les autres (même anciennes fumeuses).

2006

AS Olafsdottir, GV Skuladottir, I Thorsdottir, A Hauksson, L Steingrimsdottir

Combined effects of maternal smoking status and dietary intake related to weight gain and birth size parameters. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 113 (11) , 1296–1302.
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective

To investigate the interaction of smoking status and [...]

??????

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2106

Etude islandaise. Plus on mange en quantité pendant la grossesse, plus on prend du poids. De même, plus on boit de lait, plus on prend du poids. Valable pour tout le monde (quel que soit indice de masse corporelle IMC et prise de poids forte/faible). Plus on est grosse avant grossesse (IMC), plus on a de risques de prendre trop de poids. Si on prend moins de poids que recommandé, on fait des bébés plus petits et la durée de gestation est plus courte.

2006

A S Olafsdottir, G V Skuladottir, I Thorsdottir, A Hauksson, L Steingrimsdottir

Maternal diet in early and late pregnancy in relation to weight gain. International Journal of Obesity (2006) 30, 492–499. Published online 6 December 2005
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective:

To identify dietary factors related to the risk of [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2124

Suède, 250 000 grossesses. Les femmes obèses qui prennent moins de 8 kg ont moins de risques de: pré-éclampsie, césarienne, extraction instrumentale, et de mettre au monde bébé trop gros pour son âge gestationnel. Plus de risques de césarienne pour toutes les femmes (obèses ou non) qui ont pris plus que le poids recommandé.

2006

Cedergren M.

Effects of gestational weight gain and body mass index on obstetric outcome in Sweden. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2006 Jun;93(3):269-74. Epub 2006 Apr 12.Click here to read
maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to estimate the effects of low [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2134

Etats Unis. On évalue les risques de: bébé plus de 4,5kg, bébé en hypoglycémie et en [hyper bilirubinemie] (qui doit correspondre à une jaunisse ou ictère, sévère?) pour les femmes qui ont pris un poids supérieur ou inférieur à celui recommandé par l'institut de médecine américain. Les femmes qui ont pris au dessus des recommandations ont plus de chances d'avoir bébé gros (3 fois plus), hypoglycémie ou jaunisse (1 fois et demie plus). Celles qui ont pris moins que les recommandations ont moins de risque de gros bébé, mais mêmes risques d'hypglycémie ou jaunisse.

2006

Monique M. Hedderson, Noel S. Weiss, David A. Sacks, David J. Pettitt, Joe V. Selby, Charles P. Quesenberry, Assiamira Ferrara

Pregnancy Weight Gain and Risk of Neonatal Complications. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2006;108:1153-1161
© 2006 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

macrosomy ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine whether pregnancy weight gains outside the Institute [...]

hard

2135

complications associées à une prise de poids supérieures à celle recommandée par l'institut de médecine américain: Apgar bas à 5 minutes, convulsions [seizure, vérifier la traduction], hypglycémie, [polycythemia], syndrome d'aspiration méconiale [meconium aspiration syndrome, vérifier traduction], et bébé trop gros par rapport à son âge gestationnel. Pour prise de poids extrêmes (> 18kg), et il a en plus une augmentation des risques d'assistance respiratoire.

Une prise de poids inférieure aux recommandations est associée à un seul résultat négatif: faible poids de naissance. Une prise de poids très faible (< 7kg) est en plus associée à plus de risques de : convulsions [seizure?] et séjour en maternité de plus de 5 jours.

2006

Naomi E. Stotland, Yvonne W. Cheng, Linda M. Hopkins, Aaron B. Caughey

Gestational Weight Gain and Adverse Neonatal Outcome Among Term Infants. Obstet. Gynecol., Sep 2006; 108: 635 - 643
maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the relationship between gestational weight gain [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2137

Etude sur femmes de poids normal ou bas qui confirme un lien entre faible prise de poids (moins 0.27 kg par semaine) et accouchement prématuré. Mais des différences selon le type racial, et selon les précédents:

Pour les afro-américaines avec antécédent de prématurité uniquement, une prise de poids forte est, comme une prise de poids faible, associée à la prématurité. Cela ne se retrouve pas dans les autres groupes.

Pour les asiatiques avec antécédant de prématurité, une faible prise de poids n'est pas associée à un nouvel accouchement prématuré.

2006

Naomi E. Stotland, Aaron B. Caughey, Maureen Lahiff, Barbara Abrams

Gain and Spontaneous Preterm Birth: The Role of Race or Ethnicity and Previous Preterm Birth
Obstet. Gynecol., Dec 2006; 108: 1448 - 1455.

maternal weight ; premature baby

OBJECTIVE: To study how the relationship between gestational weight gain [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2174

Pas de résumé en accès libre

2006

Ewina M. Fung, Steve Rad, Jane L. Davis, James Mirocha

Maternal Weight Gain in a Comprehensive Prenatal Clinic for an Underserved Patient Population
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 2006; 107: 99S.

maternal weight

Prise de poids maternelle [in a Comprehensive Prenatal Clinic] pour des [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2176

Pas de résumé en accès libre

2006

Teresa Tam, Cordia Clark, Kimberly Darey

Is Excessive Maternal Weight Gain a Predictor of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Admissions?
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 2006; 107: 94S - 95S

maternal weight

Une prise de poids maternel excessive est-elle un facteur prédictif à [...]

hard

http://www.greenjournal.org/cgi/content/full/107/4_Supplement/94S-b [...]

2177

Pas de résumé en accès libre

2006

Robert J. Blaskiewicz, Thearis Osuji, Wilhelmina Ross, Tegan K. Boehmer

Risk of Large for Gestational Age Infants Among Women Who Gain Weight Between Pregnancies
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 2006; 107: 62S.

macrosomy ; maternal weight

Risques de bébé trop gros pour leur âge gestationnels parmi les femmes [...]

hard

http://www.greenjournal.org/cgi/content/full/107/4_Supplement/62S? [...]

2178

Pas de résumé en accès libre

2006

Julia Aronovich, Nidhi Vohra, Benjamin Goldman

Pregnancy Outcomes in Normal-Weight Women Who Gain Only 10–20 Pounds During Pregnancy
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 2006; 107: 72S.

maternal weight

Résultats des grossesse lorsque la femme a pris 10 à 20 livres (2,27 [...]

hard

http://www.greenjournal.org/cgi/content/full/107/4_Supplement/72S? [...]

2190

Cette étude (Suède) prouve, au vu des complications, qu'il y a un avantage à perdre du poids avant la grossesse pour les femmes obèses et en surpoidsj. Elle suggère que les femmes de poids normal auraient aussi intérêt à ne pas prendre de poids (même si elles restent dans les poids normaux)

2006

Eduardo Villamor, Sven Cnattingius

Interpregnancy weight change and risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes: a population-based study. The Lancet - Vol. 368, Issue 9542, 30 September 2006, Pages 1164-1170
maternal weight

Background

Maternal obesity has been positively associated with [...]

hard

http://www.thelancet [...]

1338

Etude sur 1100 personnes. 53 ont prise trop de poids pendant la grossesse (par rapport aux recommandations de l'Institut de médecine américain). Les contributeurs principaux à cette prise de poids sont les facteurs présents avant la grossesse (non détaillés dans le résumé. On peut suppose indice de masse corporelle, habitudes alimentaires?), alors que les facteurs propres au déroulement de la grossesse et les facteurs qu'on peut modifier pendant la grossesse (alimentation?) ont peu d'influence. Donc, les mesures pour limiter la prise de poids devraient débuter avant la grossesse.

Pour les prises de poids trop faibles par rapport aux même recommandations, il semble qu'on puisse agir avant et pendant la grossesse.

2005

Brawarsky P, Stotland NE, Jackson RA, Fuentes-Afflick E, Escobar GJ, Rubashkin N, Haas JS.

Pre-pregnancy and pregnancy-related factors and the risk of excessive or inadequate gestational weight gain. {USA}.
Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2005 Nov;91(2):125-31. Epub 2005 Oct 3.

diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective: Gestational weight gain consistent with the Institute of Medicine’s [...]

Enfoncons donc des portes ouvertes ...

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2080

Pas d'accès au résumé

2005

Carolyn Davis Cockey MLS

Pregnancy Weight Gain Guidelines Ignored. AWHONN Lifelines 9 (3) , 211–213
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1552-6356.2005.tb00810.x [...]

2091

Revue de littérature (83 articles). 6 semaines après l'accouchement, la plupart des femmes ont gardé de 3 à 7 kg en plus. 2/3 d'entre elles ont un poids supérieur à leur poids avant grossesse. Le facteur qui a le plus d'influence sur la rétention de poids est la prise de poids gestationnelle.

2005

Lorraine O. Walker, Bobbie Sue Sterling, Gayle M. Timmerman

Retention of Pregnancy-Related Weight in the Early Postpartum Period: Implications for Women's Health Services. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing 34 (4) , 418–427
maternal weight

Objective: To examine the proportion of women who reached their prepregnant [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2095

Danemark. 24 505 naissances, 112 morts-nés, 75 décès néontals. Plus de risques pour les femmes obsèses (indice de masse corporelle IMC supérieur ou égal à 30 kg/m2), pas pour celles en surpoids IMC 25-30 ou sous-poids (IMC <18,5). Mêmes résultats si on exclut les diabètes. Les décès ne sont pas liés à une cause unique. Plus de décès intrautérins inexpliqués et de dysfonctionnements foeto-placentaires.

2005

Janni Kristensen, Mogens Vestergaard, Kirsten Wisborg, Ulrik Kesmodel, Niels Jørgen Secher

Pre-pregnancy weight and the risk of stillbirth and neonatal death
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 112 (4) , 403–408.

stillbirth ; perinatal death rates ; maternal weight

Objective To evaluate the association between maternal pre-pregnancy body [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2099

2005

Francisco Mardones md, msc, Pedro Rosso md

A weight gain chart for pregnant women designed in Chile
Maternal & Child Nutrition 1 (2) , 77–90.

low birth weight ; macrosomy ; diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

The weight gain chart for pregnant women, developed by Rosso and Mardones [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2117

2005

G Cucó, J Fernández-Ballart, J Sala, C Viladrich, R Iranzo, J Vila, V Arija

Dietary patterns and associated lifestyles in preconception, pregnancy and postpartum. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2006) 60, 364–371. Published online 7 December 2005
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective:

To identify dietary patterns in women who are planning [...]

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http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2118

2005

M Maddah, M Karandish, B Mohammadpour-Ahranjani, T R Neyestani, R Vafa, A Rashidi

Social factors and pregnancy weight gain in relation to infant birth weight: a study in public health centers in Rasht, Iran. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2005) 59, 1208–1212. Published online 31 August 2005
maternal weight

Objectives:

This study aimed to examine the relationship between [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2138

2005

Brenda L. Rooney, Charles W. Schauberger, Michelle A. Mathiason

Impact of Perinatal Weight Change on Long-Term Obesity and Obesity-Related Illnesses
Obstet. Gynecol., Dec 2005; 106: 1349 - 1356.

maternal weight

Objective: To estimate the impact of perinatal weight change on obesity, [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2141

2005

Naomi E. Stotland, Jennifer S. Haas, Phyllis Brawarsky, Rebecca A. Jackson, Elena Fuentes-Afflick, Gabriel J. Escobar

Body Mass Index, Provider Advice, and Target Gestational Weight Gain
Obstet. Gynecol., Mar 2005; 105: 633 - 638.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To study the relationships among prepregnancy body mass index [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2151

2005

Gabor Juhasz, Cynthia Gyamfi, Phyllis Gyamfi, Kristina Tocce, Joanne L. Stone

Effect of Body Mass Index and Excessive Weight Gain on Success of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Delivery
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 2005; 106: 741 - 746.

vaginal birth after caesarean ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To estimate whether excessive weight gain or obesity are risk [...]

hard

2198

2005

Stine Helgstrand and Anne-Marie Nybo Andersen

Maternal underweight and the risk of spontaneous abortion. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 84, Issue 12, Page 1197-1201, Dec 2005
miscarriage ; maternal weight

Background. To evaluate the risk of spontaneous abortion in relation to [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

776

2004

Dempsey JC, Williams MA, Leisenring WM, Shy K, Luthy DA.

Maternal birth weight in relation to plasma lipid concentrations in early pregnancy.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004;190(5):1359-1368.

screening ; eclampsia (pre-) ; maternal weight

Objective

The purpose of this study was to determine the extent [...]

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

1825

2004

Durnwald

The impact of maternal obesity and weight gain on VBAC success. AJOG, 191, p.954
vaginal birth after caesarean ; maternal weight

Study of impact of maternal obesity on success of TOL for VBAC. BMI classified [...]

Fiche importée de http://www.worldserver.com/turk/birthing/rrvbac2000-4.html avec l’aide de Ken Turkowski, [...]

hard

2119

2004

P Lagiou, R M Tamimi, L A Mucci, H-O Adami, C-C Hsieh, D Trichopoulos

Diet during pregnancy in relation to maternal weight gain and birth size. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2004) 58, 231–237
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective: Maternal weight gain has been consistently linked to birth weight [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2127

2004

Grossetti E, Beucher G, Régeasse A, Lamendour N, Herlicoviez M, Dreyfus M.

Obstetrical complications of morbid obesity. J Gynecol Obstet Biol Reprod (Paris). 2004 Dec;33(8):739-44.
c-section/caesarean ; gestational diabetes ; eclampsia (pre-) ; macrosomy ; maternal weight ; maternal age

OBJECTIVE: To determine whether morbidly obese women have an increased [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2133

2004

Naomi E. Stotland, MD, Linda M. Hopkins, MD and Aaron B. Caughey, MD, MPH

Gestational Weight Gain, Macrosomia, and Risk of Cesarean Birth in Nondiabetic Nulliparas. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2004;104:671-677
© 2004 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

c-section/caesarean ; macrosomy ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine how the association between excessive weight gain [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2144

2004

Francis S. Nuthalapaty, Dwight J. Rouse, John Owen

The Association of Maternal Weight With Cesarean Risk, Labor Duration, and Cervical Dilation Rate During Labor Induction
Obstet. Gynecol., Mar 2004; 103: 452 - 456.

c-section/caesarean ; duration of labour ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To assess the relationship among maternal weight and cesarean [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2196

2004

Kirsten Riis Andreasen, Malene Lundgren Andersen and Anne Louise Schantz

Obesity and pregnancy. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 83, Issue 11, Page 1022-1029, Nov 2004
maternal weight



Background. As obesity is an increasing problem among fertile [...]

catégories à ajouter

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

368

2003

Ehrenberg HM, Dierker L, Milluzzi C, Mercer BM.

Low maternal weight, failure to thrive in pregnancy, and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003;189(6):1726-1730.

maternal age ; c-section/caesarean ; perineal/vaginal tears ; foetus growth ; episiotomy ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; maternal weight ; premature baby

OBJECTIVE : The purpose of this study was to correlate low maternal [...]

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

386

2003

Rosenberg TJ, Garbers S, Chavkin W, Chiasson MA.

Prepregnancy weight and adverse perinatal outcomes in an ethnically diverse population.
Obstetrics & Gynecology 2003;102(5):1022-1027.

maternal age ; screening ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE :
To examine the association between excessive prepregnancy [...]

hard

http://www.sciencedi [...]

1788

2003

Carroll

VBAC versus elective repeat CS: weight-based outcomes. AJOG, 188, p.1516
vaginal birth after caesarean ; maternal weight

209 VBAC candidates stratified into groups by prepregnancy weight: gp I [...]

Fiche importée de http://www.worldserver.com/turk/birthing/rrvbac2000-4.html avec l’aide de Ken Turkowski, [...]

hard

2107

2003

T I Kinnunen, R Luoto, M Gissler, E Hemminki

Pregnancy weight gain from 1960s to 2000 in Finland. International Journal of Obesity (2003) 27, 1572–1577. Published online 30 September 2003
maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To study secular trends in average pregnancy weight gain between [...]

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http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2108

2003

C M Olson, M S Strawderman, P S Hinton, T A Pearson

Gestational weight gain and postpartum behaviors associated with weight change from early pregnancy to 1 y postpartum. International Journal of Obesity (2003) 27, 117–127.
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVES: (1) To describe the relative importance of gestational weight [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2128

2003

Ehrenberg HM, Dierker L, Milluzzi C, Mercer BM.

Low maternal weight, failure to thrive in pregnancy, and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2003 Dec;189(6):1726-30.
c-section/caesarean ; perineal/vaginal tears ; low birth weight ; macrosomy ; maternal weight ; premature baby

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to correlate low maternal pregravid [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2143

2003

Terry J. Rosenberg, Samantha Garbers, Wendy Chavkin, Mary Ann Chiasson

Prepregnancy Weight and Adverse Perinatal Outcomes in an Ethnically Diverse Population
Obstet. Gynecol., Nov 2003; 102: 1022 - 1027.

macrosomy ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the association between excessive prepregnancy weight [...]

hard

2191

2003

Yasmin H. Neggers, Robert L. Goldenberg, Sharon L. Ramey and Suzane P. Cliver

Maternal prepregnancy body mass index and psychomotor development in children. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 82, Issue 3, Page 235-240, Mar 2003
maternal weight


Background.In a prospective study, the association between maternal [...]

hard

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2193

2003

W. W. K. To and M. W. N. Wong

Factors associated with back pain symptoms in pregnancy and the persistence of pain 2 years after pregnancy. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 82, Issue 12, Page 1086-1091, Dec 2003
maternal weight



Background. Factors associated with back pain symptoms in pregnancy [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2081

2002

Y Linné, B Barkeling, S Rössner

Long-term weight development after pregnancy
Obesity Reviews 3 (2) , 75–83

maternal weight

For some women pregnancy is a trigger for developing overweight and obesity. [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2109

2002

B A Polley, R R Wing, C J Sims

Randomized controlled trial to prevent excessive weight gain in pregnant women. International Journal of Obesity. November 2002, Volume 26, Number 11, Pages 1494-1502
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

BACKGROUND: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends that normal-weight [...]

hard

http://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v26/n11/full/0802130a.html [...]

2130

2002

Inga Thorsdottir, PhD, RD, RN, Johanna E. Torfadottir, MSc, Bryndis E. Birgisdottir, MSc, RD and Reynir T. Geirsson, PhD, MD

Weight Gain in Women of Normal Weight Before Pregnancy: Complications in Pregnancy or Delivery and Birth Outcome. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2002;99:799-806
© 2002 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the relation between gestational weight gain [...]

hard

2131

2002

Brenda L. Rooney, PhD and Charles W. Schauberger, MD

Excess Pregnancy Weight Gain and Long-Term Obesity: One Decade Later. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2002;100:245-252
© 2002 by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To estimate the impact of excess pregnancy weight gain and failure [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

487

2001

Abraham S.

Obstetricians and maternal body weight and eating disorders during pregnancy.
Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology 2001;21(3).

screening ; depression, anxiety ; diet/nutrition ; maternal weight ; psychology

Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is associated with maternal prepregnancy [...]

easy

http://jpog.ispog.or [...]

2088

2001

B Abrams, Kj Hoggatt, M Kang, S Selvin

History of weight cycling and weight changes during and after pregnancy
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 15 (4) , A1–A1.

maternal weight

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2098

2001

N A Buschman, G Foster, P Vickers

Adolescent girls and their babies: achieving optimal birthweight. Gestational weight gain and pregnancy outcome in terms of gestation at delivery and infant birth weight: a comparison between adolescents under 16 and adult women1
Child: Care, Health and Development 27 (2) , 163–171.

maternal age ; low birth weight ; maternal weight

Aims Pregnancy amongst under 16s has been reported to result in worse outcomes [...]

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http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2110

2001

N J Sebire, M Jolly, J P Harris, J Wadsworth, M Joffe, R W Beard, L Regan, S Robinson

Maternal obesity and pregnancy outcome: a study of 287 213 pregnancies in London. International Journal of Obesity. August 2001, Volume 25, Number 8, Pages 1175-1182
morbidity ; perinatal death rates ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the maternal and foetal risks of adverse pregnancy [...]

hard

http://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v25/n8/full/0801670a.html [...]

2185

2001

Gary M Shaw, Karen Todoroff, Suzan L Carmichael, Donna M Schaffer, and Steve Selvin

Lowered weight gain during pregnancy and risk of neural tube defects among offspring
Int. J. Epidemiol., Feb 2001; 30: 60 - 65.

maternal weight

Background Maternal nutritional factors have been implicated in the complex [...]

hard

2101

2000

George T. H. Ellison, Helen E. Harris

Gestational weight gain and 'maternal obesity'
Nutrition Bulletin 25 (4) , 295–302.

maternal weight

Summary There is an enduring belief, amongst mothers and obstetricians [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2136

2000

LAURA A. SCHIEVE, MARY E. COGSWELL, KELLEY S. SCANLON, GERALDINE PERRY, CYNTHIA FERRE, CHERYL BLACKMORE-PRINCE, STELLA M. YU, DEBORAH ROSENBERG

Prepregnancy Body Mass Index and Pregnancy Weight Gain: Associations With Preterm Delivery
Obstet. Gynecol., Aug 2000; 96: 194 - 200.

maternal weight ; premature baby

Objective: To examine associations between rate of pregnancy weight gain [...]

hard

2194

2000

HENRY NISELL, KERSTIN PALM , KERSTIN WOLFF

Prediction of maternal and fetal complications in preeclampsia. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 79, Issue 1, Page 19-23, Jan 2000
eclampsia (pre-) ; maternal weight

Introduction.

Preeclampsia is associated with an increased risk [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2111

1999

M Clark, J Ogden

The impact of pregnancy on eating behaviour and aspects of weight concern. International Journal of Obesity. January 1999, Volume 23, Number 1, Pages 18-24
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

BACKGROUND: Excessive weight gain in pregnancy and retention of this weight [...]

hard

http://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v23/n1/abs/0800747a.html [...]

2139

1999

MARY E. COGSWELL, KELLEY S. SCANLON, SARA BECK FEIN, LAURA A. SCHIEVE

Medically Advised, Mother’s Personal Target, and Actual Weight Gain During Pregnancy
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 1999; 94: 616 - 622.

maternal weight

Objective: To evaluate whether advice on pregnancy weight gain from health [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2197

1999

Hanne Jensen, Anders Ole Agger and Kjeld Leisgaard Rasmussen

The influence of prepregnancy body mass index on labor complications. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 78, Issue 9, Page 799-802, Sep 1999
maternal weight

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2087

1998

Lorraine Tulman RN, DNSc, FAAN, Karen H. Morin RN, DSN, Jacqueline Fawcett RN, PhD, FAAN

Prepregnant Weight and Weight Gain During Pregnancy: Relationship to Functional Status, Symptoms, and Energy. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing 27 (6) , 629–634.
maternal weight

Objective: To examine the relationship of prepregnancy weight and pregnancy [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2121

1998

I Rogers, P Emmett

Diet during pregnancy in a population of pregnant women in South West England. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. April 1998, Volume 52, Number 4, Pages 246-250
diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

Objective: To describe the diet of a population of pregnant women.

hard

http://www.nature.com/ejcn/journal/v52/n4/abs/1600543a.html [...]

2125

1998

Bianco AT, Smilen SW, Davis Y, Lopez S, Lapinski R, Lockwood CJ.

Pregnancy outcome and weight gain recommendations for the morbidly obese woman. Obstet Gynecol. 1998 Jan;91(1):97-102.Click here to read
c-section/caesarean ; instrumental delivery ; low birth weight ; macrosomy ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To compare pregnancy outcomes between morbidly obese and nonobese [...]

hard

http://www.ncbi.nlm. [...]

2140

1998

I Thorsdottir, BE Birgisdottir

Different weight gain in women of normal weight before pregnancy: postpartum weight and birth weight
Obstet. Gynecol., Sep 1998; 92: 377 - 383.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To identify the effect of different gestational weight gains [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2161

1998

LA Schieve, ME Cogswell, KS Scanlon

An empiric evaluation of the Institute of Medicine's pregnancy weight gain guidelines by race
Obstet. Gynecol., Jun 1998; 91: 878 - 884.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine associations between pregnancy weight gain outside [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2172

1998

R Cnattingius, S Cnattingius, FC Notzon

Obstacles to reducing cesarean rates in a low-cesarean setting: the effect of maternal age, height, and weight
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 1998; 92: 501 - 506.

c-section/caesarean ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine risk factors for elective and nonelective cesarean [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2192

1998

Arsenio Spinillo, Ezio Capuzzo, Gaia Piazzi, Antonella Ferrari, Victor Morales and Marco Di Mario

Risk for spontaneous preterm delivery by combined body mass index and gestational weight gain patterns. Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, Volume 77, Issue 1, Page 32-36, Jan 1998
maternal weight ; premature baby

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2094

1997

Pauline Fox MSc, BA, Chryseus Yamaguchi BSc

Body Image Change in Pregnancy: A Comparison of Normal Weight and Overweight Primigravidas
Birth 24 (1) , 35–40

maternal weight

Background: Body image in pregnancy has been linked to maternal and neonatal [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1523-536X.1997.tb00334.x [...]

2112

1997

H E Harris, G T H Ellison, M Holliday, E Lucassen

The impact of pregnancy on the long-term weight gain of primiparous women in England. International Journal of Obesity. September 1997, Volume 21, Number 9, Pages 747-755
maternal weight

OBJECTIVES: To investigate the impact of pregnancy on long-term weight [...]

hard

http://www.nature.com/ijo/journal/v21/n9/abs/0800466a.html [...]

2145

1997

CA Hickey, SF McNeal, L Menefee, S Ivey

Prenatal weight gain within upper and lower recommended ranges: effect on birth weight of black and white infants
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 1997; 90: 489 - 494.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To that end examine differences in birth weight among the term [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2168

1997

SL Carmichael, B Abrams

A critical review of the relationship between gestational weight gain and preterm delivery
Obstet. Gynecol., May 1997; 89: 865 - 873.

maternal weight ; premature baby ; maternal age

OBJECTIVE: To review the relationship between gestational weight gain and [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2179

Objective: To test the hypothesis that a baby's survival is related to the mother's birth weight.
Design: Population based dataset for two generations.
Setting: Population registry in Norway.
Subjects: All birth records for women born in Norway since 1967 were linked to births during 1981-94, thereby forming 105 104 mother-offspring units.
Main outcome measures: Perinatal mortality specific for weight for offspring in groups of maternal birth weight (with 500 g categories in both).
Results: A mother's birth weight was strongly associated with the weight of her baby. Maternal birth weight was associated with perinatal survival of her baby only for mothers with birth weights under 2000 g. These mothers were more likely to lose a baby in the perinatal period (odds ratio 2.3, 95% confidence interval 1.4 to 3.7). Among mothers with a birth weight over 2000 g there was no overall association between mother's weight and infant survival. There was, however, a strong interaction between mother's birth weight, infant birth weight, and infant survival. Mortality among small babies was much higher for those whose mothers had been large at birth. For example, babies weighing 2500-2999 g had a threefold higher mortality if their mother's birth weight had been high (>=4000 g) than if the mother had been small (2500-2999 g).
Conclusion: Mothers who weighed less than 2000 g at birth have a higher risk of losing their own babies. For mothers who weighed >=2000 g their birth weight provides a benchmark for judging the growth of their offspring. Babies who are small relative to their mother's birth weight are at increased risk of mortality.

1997

Rolv Skjærven, Allen J Wilcox, Nina Øyen, and Per Magnus

Mothers' birth weight and survival of their offspring: population based study
BMJ, May 1997; 314: 1376

low birth weight ; maternal weight

hard

http://www.bmj.com/c [...]

2183

1997

T Forsén, J G Eriksson, J Tuomilehto, K Teramo, C Osmond, and D J P Barker

Mother's weight in pregnancy and coronary heart disease in a cohort of finnish men: follow up study
BMJ, Oct 1997; 315: 837 - 840

maternal weight

Objective: To determine whether restricted growth in utero is associated [...]

hard

http://www.bmj.com/c [...]

2146

1996

CA Hickey, SP Cliver, SF McNeal, HJ Hoffman, RL Goldenberg

Prenatal weight gain patterns and birth weight among nonobese black and white women
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 1996; 88: 490 - 496.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the association between prenatal weight gain patterns [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2152

1996

WF O'Brien

Weight control in women: a challenge to the obstetrician-gynecologist
Obstet. Gynecol., Nov 1996; 88: 888 - 890.

maternal weight

Obesity is a major problem in American women, and there is great concern [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2160

1996

LE Caulfield, FR Witter, RJ Stoltzfus

Determinants of gestational weight gain outside the recommended ranges among black and white women
Obstet. Gynecol., May 1996; 87: 760 - 766.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVES: To identify factors influencing risk of gaining outside the [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2162

1996

LE Edwards, WL Hellerstedt, IR Alton, M Story, JH Himes

Pregnancy complications and birth outcomes in obese and normal-weight women: effects of gestational weight change
Obstet. Gynecol., Mar 1996; 87: 389 - 394.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To compare the pregnancy course and outcomes in obese and normal-weight [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2184

1996

Kevin Spencer

Median values and maternal weight specific to the ethnic group should be used
BMJ, Apr 1996; 312: 1041

maternal weight

EDITOR,--Lucy Gilbert and colleagues report a 3.5-fold increase in the [...]

hard

http://www.bmj.com/c [...]

2092

1995

Patricia Purfield RNC, MSN, Karen Morin RN, DSN

Excessive Weight Gain in Primigravidas With Low-Risk Pregnancy: Selected Obstetric Consequences.
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing 24 (5) , 434–440

c-section/caesarean ; instrumental delivery ; forceps delivery ; maternal weight ; vacuum extraction (ventouse)

Objective: To determine whether a group of normal weight women with a low-risk [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1552-6909.1995.tb02500.x [...]

2147

1995

B Abrams, S Selvin

Maternal weight gain pattern and birth weight
Obstet. Gynecol., Aug 1995; 86: 163 - 169.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVES: To determine the relationship between maternal weight gain [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2148

1995

RL Copper, MB DuBard, RL Goldenberg, AI Oweis

The relationship of maternal attitude toward weight gain to weight gain during pregnancy and low birth weight
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 1995; 85: 590 - 595.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the relationships between maternal attitude toward [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2153

1995

TO Scholl, ML Hediger, JI Schall, IG Ances, WK Smith

Gestational weight gain, pregnancy outcome, and postpartum weight retention
Obstet. Gynecol., Sep 1995; 86: 423 - 427.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To determine whether the risk of maternal overweight associated [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2154

1995

CA Hickey, SP Cliver, SF McNeal, HJ Hoffman, RL Goldenberg

Prenatal weight gain patterns and spontaneous preterm birth among nonobese black and white women
Obstet. Gynecol., Jun 1995; 85: 909 - 914.

maternal weight ; premature baby

OBJECTIVE: To examine the relationship between prenatal weight gain and [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2163

1995

B Abrams, S Carmichael, S Selvin

Factors associated with the pattern of maternal weight gain during pregnancy
Obstet. Gynecol., Aug 1995; 86: 170 - 176.

c-section/caesarean ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the pattern of maternal weight gain using maternal [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2164

1995

CA Hickey, SP Cliver, RL Goldenberg, SF McNeal, HJ Hoffman

Relationship of psychosocial status to low prenatal weight gain among nonobese black and white women delivering at term
Obstet. Gynecol., Aug 1995; 86: 177 - 183.

maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To examine the association of six indices of psychosocial well-being [...]

hard

2169

1995

DJ Boardley, RG Sargent, AL Coker, Hussey, JR, PA Sharpe

The relationship between diet, activity, and other factors, and postpartum weight change by race
Obstet. Gynecol., Nov 1995; 86: 834 - 838.

diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

OBJECTIVE: To identify the impact of dietary intake and activity level [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2188

1995

de Lima CM, Pelá NT

[Study of pregnant women at a municipal health center in Botucatu, Sao Paulo. Relationship between low maternal weight and low birth weight]Rev Lat Am Enfermagem 1995; 3:79-94.
low birth weight ; maternal weight ; maternal age

This study evaluated a group of 15 low-weight pregnant women, who underwent [...]

hard

http://www.thelancet [...]

2082

1994

Selma M. Taflel BBA

Don't Ignore Weight Gain During Pregnancy
Birth 21 (4) , 229–230

maternal weight

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1523-536X.1994.tb00536.x [...]

2142

1993

PATRICK M. CATALANO, NOREEN M. ROMAN, ELAINE D. TYZBIR, ALICE O. MERRITT, PATRICIA DRISCOLL, SAEID B. AMINI

Weight Gain in Women With Gestational Diabetes
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 1993; 81: 523 - 528.

gestational diabetes ; maternal weight

Objective: To evaluate weight gain during pregnancy in women with gestational [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2149

1993

Sally Ann Lederman

THE EFFECT OF PREGNANCY WEIGHT GAIN ON LATER OBESITY
Obstet. Gynecol., Jul 1993; 82: 148 - 155.

maternal weight

Objective: To determine whether weight increases permanently as a result [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2150

1993

CAROL A. HICKEY, SUZANNE P. CLIVER, ROBERT L. GOLDENBERG, JORGE KOHATSU, HOWARD J. HOFFMAN

Prenatal Weight Gain, Term Birth Weight, and Fetal Growth Retardation Among High-Risk Multiparous Black and White Women
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 1993; 81: 529 - 535.

maternal weight

Objective: To examine the association of prenatal weight gain below, within, [...]

hard

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2155

1992

JENNIFER D. PARKER, BARBARA ABRAMS

Prenatal Weight Gain Advice: An Examination of the Recent Prenatal Weight Gain Recommendations of the Institute of Medicine
Obstet. Gynecol., May 1992; 79: 664 - 669.

c-section/caesarean ; maternal weight

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recently published new guidelines for maternal [...]

hard

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2083

1991

M. G. DAWES, J. G. GRUDZINSKAS

Patterns of maternal weight gain in pregnancy
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 98 (2) , 195–201

maternal weight

A retrospective study of 1145 pregnant women showed that trends in mean [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2089

1991

D. F. Hawkins Professor

I. Repeated measurement of maternal weight during pregnancy. Is this a useful practice? II. Patterns of maternal weight gain in pregnancy. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 98 (10) , 1055–1056.
maternal weight

I. Repeated measurement of maternal weight during pregnancy. Is this a [...]

easy

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2090

1991

M. LAWRENCE Lecturer, F. M. MCKILLOP Research Fellow, J. V. G. A. DURNIN Professor

Women who gain more fat during pregnancy may not have bigger babies: implications for recommended weight gain during pregnancy. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 98 (3) , 254–259.
low birth weight ; maternal weight

The correlation between infant birthweight and the amount of fat gained [...]

??????

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2096

1991

M. G. DAWES, J. G. GRUDZINSKAS

Repeated measurement of maternal weight during pregnancy. Is this a useful practice?
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 98 (2) , 189–194.

maternal weight

Summary. A retrospective study of 1092 pregnant women showed that the use [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2156

1990

BARBARA ABRAMS, JENNIFER D. PARKER

Maternal Weight Gain in Women With Good Pregnancy Outcome
Obstet. Gynecol., Jul 1990; 76: 1 - 7.

maternal weight

The most liberal published guidelines for maternal weight gain at term [...]

hard

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2186

1990

SJÚRDUR F OLSEN, JØRN OLSEN, and GRETHE FRISCHE

Does Fish Consumption during Pregnancy Increase Fetal Growth?: A Study of the Size of the Newborn, Placental Weight and Gestational Age in Relation to Fish Consumption during Pregnancy
Int. J. Epidemiol., December 1990; 19: 971 - 977

diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

This study investigates whether consumption of fish during pregnancy may [...]

hard

http://ije.oxfordjou [...]

2157

1989

MARY L. HEDIGER, THERESA O. SCHOLL, DANIEL H. BELSKY, ISADORE G. ANCES, RUTH WEXBERG SALMON

Patterns of Weight Gain in Adolescent Pregnancy: Effects on Birth Weight and Preterm Delivery
Obstet. Gynecol., Jul 1989; 74: 6 - 12.

maternal weight ; premature baby

Early weight gain adequacy may be a particular problem among adolescent [...]

hard

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2165

1989

BARBARA ABRAMS, VICKY NEWMAN, THOMAS KEY, JENNIFER PARKER

Maternal Weight Gain and Preterm Delivery
Obstet. Gynecol., Oct 1989; 74: 577 - 583.

maternal weight ; premature baby

This study examined the relationship between maternal weight gain and preterm [...]

hard

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2166

1989

DANIEL S. SEIDMAN, PNINA EVER-HADANI, RENA GALE

The Effect of Maternal Weight Gain in Pregnancy on Birth Weight
Obstet. Gynecol., Aug 1989; 74: 240 - 246.

maternal weight ; maternal age

The association between maternal weight gain during pregnancy and the infant’s [...]

hard

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2158

1988

GEOFFREY W. GREENE, HELEN SMICIKLAS-WRIGHT, THERESA O. SCHOLL, ROBERT J. KARP

Postpartum Weight Change: How Much of the Weight Gained in Pregnancy Will Be Lost After Delivery?
Obstet. Gynecol., May 1988; 71: 701 - 707.

maternal weight

In a large sample (N= 7116) of women who had two pregnancies within six [...]

hard

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2079

1986

KATHRYN RINDSKOPF DOHRMANN, PHD, MPH SALLY ANN LEDERMAN, PhD

Weight Gain in Pregnancy. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, Volume 15, Issue 6, Page 446-453, Nov 1986
eclampsia (pre-) ; macrosomy ; diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

The amount of weight that women are advised to gain during pregnancy has [...]

hard

http://dx.doi.org/10 [...]

2167

1982

DALE R. TAVRIS, JOHN A. READ

Effect of Maternal Weight Gain on Fetal, Infant, and Childhood Death and on Cognitive Development
Obstet. Gynecol., Dec 1982; 60: 689 - 694.

maternal weight

The effect of maternal weight gain during pregnancy on fetal, infant, and [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2159

1981

J E BROWN, H N JACOBSON, L H ASKUE, M G PEICK

Influence of Pregnancy Weight Gain on the Size of Infants Born to Underweight Women
Obstet. Gynecol., Jan 1981; 57: 13 - 17.

low birth weight ; maternal weight

The influence of weight gain during pregnancy on duration of gestation [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2170

1975

JOHN W. SIMPSON, ROBERT W. LAWLESS, A. CAMERON MITCHELL

Responsibility of the Obstetrician to the Fetus: II. Influence of Prepregnancy Weight and Pregnancy Weight Gain on Birthweight
Obstet. Gynecol., May 1975; 45: 481 - 487.

diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

The diet of pregnant women has been restricted in various ways since earliest [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2171

1972

ADEBAYO S. ADEMOWORE, NORMAN G. COUREY, JAMES S. KIME

Relationships of Maternal Nutrition and Weight Gain to Newborn Birthweight
Obstet. Gynecol., Mar 1972; 39: 460 - 464.

diet/nutrition ; maternal weight

The relationships of maternal prenatal nutrition and weight gain to newborn [...]

hard

http://www.greenjour [...]

2097

1970

Denis Craddock General Practitioner

THE NORMAL WEIGHT GAIN IN PREGNANCY: A SERIES FROM GENERAL PRACTICE
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 77 (8) , 728–731.

maternal weight

In a general practice the weight gain for the whole of pregnancy was carefully [...]

easy

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1471-0528.1970.tb03599.x [...]

2175

1969

KENNETH R. NISWANDER, JUDITH SINGER, MILTON WESTPHAL, Jr., WILLIAM WEISS

Weight Gain During Pregnancy and Prepregnancy Weight: Association with Birth Weight of Term Gestation
Obstet. Gynecol., Apr 1969; 33: 482 - 491.

maternal weight

hard

http://www.greenjournal.org/cgi/reprint/33/4/482? [...]

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