Oded Preis MD FAAP . http://www.TheDoctorsVideos.com . Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics SUNY Downstate Dr. Preis has received Top Doctors recognition in the last 10 years of Castle Connelly's Directory
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Interviewer: Is that patient of the opposite way, large than it should be. What would make a kid grow in the extremely large and would you know expect of particular age? Interviewee: The most typical condition is diabetes on the mother; the baby is say given a very large amount of sugar due to the maternal lay diabetes which causes various endocrine changes within the baby’s environment and cause the baby to the relatively large for his age. Interviewer: So the baby is born for the gestational diabetic mother, we have some great concerns of first how as apple like is that true? Interviewee: It’s not just the size of the baby that is concern but because the baby is expose to a relatively large infusion of sugar a glucose from the mother because of her high sugar level the baby is at risk of a developing a contradictory condition what’s called hypoglycemia or low blood sugar after birth because of the baby’s costume exposure to the high sugar levels and they putting out a larger amount of insulin from his own pancreas which is not negated by the infant sugar, once it’s cut from maternal circulation of the womb. Interviewee: Sometimes that you get tremors and once they will can get a convulsion? Interviewer: A hypoglycemia in the baby can be a very serious condition, it’s actually that a condition that is if not treated expeditiously a one of the leading cause for a brain damage in new born infants. So, a monitoring blood sugar in a baby of a diabetic mother or even the gestational diabetic mother is extremely important and it’s extremely crucial in the early phase of a life.

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