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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of participants at baseline, N = 23

From: The Gestational Diabetes Management System (GooDMomS): development, feasibility and lessons learned from a patient-informed, web-based pregnancy and postpartum lifestyle intervention

Socio-demographics  
Age, (yrs.), mean (SD) 31.5 (4.7)
Race
 White 16 (70)
 African American 3 (13)
 Asian 3 (13)
 Other 1(4)
 Hispanic 4 (17)
Education
 High school or less 5 (22)
 Some college/complete college degree 12 (52)
 Graduate/post graduate 6 (2.6)
Marital status  
 Married 19 (83)
 Single 4 (17)
Employed 14 (61)
 Source of medical payment  
 Commercial 18 (78)
 Medicaid 2 (9)
 Self-pay 2 (9)
 Medicare 1 (4)
Parity, n, no prior delivery 11 (48)
 1 5 (22)
 2 or more 7 (30)
First-degree family history of diabetes 5 (22)
Smoking before pregnancy 23 (100)
Gestational age at baseline, (wks), mean (SD) 28.9 (3.4)
Pre-pregnancy BMIa (kg/m2) 29.4 (11.2)
 Normal (18.5–24.9) 9 (39)
 Overweight (25.0–29.9) 4 (17)
 Obese (30–34) 10 (43)
Earliest first trimester weight (kg), mean (SD) 71.7 (18.2)
Weight at enrollment, (kgs), mean (SD) 79 (18.8)
Gestational weight gain at enrollment (kgs), mean (SD) 7 (5)
Therapy during pregnancy after GDM diagnosis
 Diet 16 (70)
 Glyburide or metformin 6 (26)
 Insulin 1 (4)
Internet access at least 4 h per week 23 (100)
1-h 50-g glucose challenge test (mg/dl), mean (SD) 155 (10)
3-h, 100-g OGTT (mg/dl), mean (SD)
 Fasting 100 (5)
 1-h 183 (30)
 2-h 165 (25)
 3-h 145 (15)
% dietary intake at baseline
 Percent fat (%), mean (SD) 36 (5)
 Fruit and vegetable (servings/day), mean (SD) 3.2(1.6)
Moderate walking in bouts ≥ 10 min (minutes/week) mean (SD) 159 (185.7)
  1. Kg kilograms; Data are reported as n (%) unless otherwise indicated
  2. aPre-pregnancy BMI is based on weight and height measured at earliest first trimester visit