SUMMARY ROLIM, Francisca Marqueza Aquino. Analysis of extreme the ponderal profit in gestantes taken care of in a unit health of the family in the city of Adobe – CE. Work of conclusion of Bacharelado course in Nursing. College Saint Maria, Cajazeiras – PB, 2009. (67 pages) In the last few decades, with the increase of the amount of individuals with obesidade, the number of women who initiate a gestation with overweight even though or obesidade also increased very. With this the obesidade materna has been associated to the increase of the taxes of complications during the childbirth work.
Quantitative study with qualitative boarding carried through in a unit health of the family in the city of Adobe – CE, whose central objective was to analyze the evolution of the profit of extreme ponderal weight during the gestation. The data had been collected in a structuralized form, gotten directly with the gestante and in the handbook of the same one. The collection was carried through with the same ones to the measure that appeared for the prenatal assistance in this Unit of Health, being collated with the analysis of the handbook of the same ones, thus to conclude this study. The research was developed with 47 gestantes registered in cadastre in the basic attention, the gotten results indicates the inexistence of appropriate methodology for nutricional evaluation of attended gestantes, what it can be contributing for the depreciation of this procedure in the services of prenatal assistance. It was proven ahead of the result, as it is the ponderal evolution of this group of gestantes, therefore comparing the nutricional state daily pay-gestacional and during the pregnancy, it is observed that before only 04% of the gestantes presented low weight increasing this percentile for 11%, a total of 55% of them before engravidar presented adequate weight what it diminishes this total for 40% gestantes, 30% had overweight before engravidar, now only 25% present in an overweight picture whereas only 11% of these were considered obesas and with the gestation this value increased for a 23% total women. .