IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 9, September 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Balaji Vijayam, Madhuri S Balaji, Meghna Seshiah, Anitha Rani.A
In the present scenario the prevalence of Gestation diabetes is rapidly increasing worldwide. Women with diabetes during pregnancy are not different from other women in their concern for their foetuses, perhaps they need to put more effort, as the slight variation from the normal value might have a major impact on fetal well-being. In India alone, GDM affects five million women each year, which is a huge burden for the health care providers to deal with. Henceforth, screening and diagnostic criteria for testing GDM should be convenient, practically possible and cost effective. DIPSI test is introduced in India should be made as a central point of discussion and consideration. The current review focused on the screening and diagnostic criteria of GDM in low resource setting using DIPSI criteria.