Dr Amna Zahid, Dr Fiza Fatima, Dr Zuha Murtaza
Background: The purpose of the current study was consequently to examine the behavior and practices of each obstetrical focus in north of Pakistan with regard to screening for pre-pregnancy DM in initial pregnancy and screening for gestational diabetes. There is no agreement on finest screening technique for gestational diabetes mellitus. Authors similarly expected to recognize penetration of the gestational DM screening system of Worldwide Association of DM in Pregnancy Research Set. Methods: The general idea was discrete to each obstetrics center in north of Pakistan by email, through telephone updates and individual contacts. The study was led from September 2017 to August 2018. Results: During the period of one year of our study and research out of 70 obstetrical centres, 72% reacted. All in all, 28% had an organized database onsum of females having GDM. Altogether things being equal, 82% of women were screened for pre-pregnancy DM in initial pregnancy and 57% were screened for GDM before 28 weeks. Screening before 24 weeks was largely dependent on random variables. Screening for GDM afterwards 28 weeks remained generally performed in 88% of centres. The average assessment of the ubiquity of MSD was 8 ± 6%. The maximum frequently used screening technique was the two-step methodology throughthe glucose challenge test and a 100-g oral glucose tolerance test, used through 57% of centres, including 25centres using Carpenter and Constant measures. The 75 g OGTT according to IADPSG measures remained used through 35% of subjects, nonetheless four subjects still used the OGTT before switching to full OGTT. Conclusion:The current study shows that in North part of Pakistanhere is still very wide variety of screening methods for pre-pregnancy DM in initial pregnancy also GDM. Solitary 27% of the centres of interest have just implemented the IADPSG screening technique in a single step. Keywords: Obstetrical; Attitude; Pregnancy.