Free Provider/Professional Materials
The following material may be downloaded. However, this material is copyrighted and should not be modified in any manner. Unless otherwise specified, all documents in this section are PDFs.
2015 CDAPP Sweet Success Guidelines for Care
Pocket Guide for Professionals - 2013
Pocket Guide for Professionals
Guidelines for Diagnosis of Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy-2011
New diagnostic criteria allow for the diagnosis of preexisting diabetes at the initial prenatal visit. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) position statement, based on recommendations from the International Association of Diabetes and Pregnancy Study Groups (IADPSG), recommends that a high-risk woman found to have diabetes at her initial prenatal visit should receive a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes and not gestational diabetes.
Based on this and the consensus of CDAPP medical consultants, the algorithm “Guidelines for Diagnosis of Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy-2011” which includes early testing for diabetes at the first prenatal visit, up to 13 weeks gestation, or universal testing for GDM at 24 - 28 weeks was developed.
You may access the Guidelines for Diagnosis of Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy-2011 by clicking on: Guidelines for Diagnosis of Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy
Record Book and Diary
This 50 page booklet covers topics such as hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, kick counts, preeclampsia, exercise and diet tips. This resource also provides helpful charts and fill-in record sheets for a detailed, daily food plan, proper weight gain recordings, testing urine for ketones, glucose test results, and past doctor visits.
Before clicking the "print" button, under the "Page Sizing and Handling" header, change the custom scale to 125% rather than 100% for best layout. Also, click the setting to print "front to back" (double sided). After printing, fold in half for booklet effect.
Record Book and Diary - English
Record Book and Dairy - Spanish
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