The first Spanish Clinical Guidelines for physical exercise during pregnancy have been published by Journal Progresos en Obstetricia y Ginecología, the development of these Guidelines
In terms of Scientific Research, the methodology provided by the Network includes solid and reliable studies in all regions of the planet, the best example is the use, among other studies, of Randomized Clinical Trials for obtaining clinical data.
Together with this, they intend to implement extensive observational studies related to the prevalence and incidence of a large number of parameters corresponding to maternal, fetal and newborn well-being.
A brief summary of each of these studies is given below:
Randomized Clinical Trials
studies and research
It´s aimed at pregnant women and in the postpartum phase, with the objective of promoting physical activity, physical exercise, and behaviors framed in a healthy lifestyle in this special phase of life, having been elaborated by a multidisciplinary team of professionals in the areas of physical exercise, nutrition, medicine, nursing, and physiotherapy.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) continues the collaboration project with Hospital Severo Ochoa during the state of alert
The research group AFIPE (INEF-UPM) maintains the project “A physically active pregnancy” by a virtual way, to avoid the adverse effects of inactivity in pregnant women and their future children.
During January, February and March 2020, the project “A physically active pregnancy” will begin, as a result of the Collaboration Agreements between the Universidad Poltécnica