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Main Title Maternal-fetal toxicology : a clinician's guide /
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Author Title of a Work
Koren, Gideon
Publisher M. Dekker,
Year Published 1994
OCLC Number 29479206
ISBN 0824788419 (acid-free paper)
Subjects Fetus--Effect of drugs on ; Fetus--Effect of chemicals on ; Fetus--Effect of radiation on ; Fetus--Abnormalities--Etiology ; Developmental toxicology ; Abnormalities, Drug-Induced ; Drug Therapy--in pregnancy ; Fetus--drug effects ; Pregnancy--drug effects ; Teratogens
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EJEM  RG627.6.D79M37 1994 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 04/18/2003
Edition 2nd ed., rev. and expanded.
Collation xx, 821 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Drugs in pregnancy -- Changes in drug disposition in pregnancy and their clinical implications -- Developmental risk assessments -- Teratogenic drugs and chemicals in humans -- Effects of phenytoin and carbamazepine monotherapy on infants' development -- Safety of antidepressants in pregnancy -- Prospective assessment of pregnancy outcome following first-trimester exposure to benzodiazepines -- Drugs and chemicals most commonly used by pregnant women -- Drugs of choice for pregnant women -- Periconceptional folate and neural tube defects: time for rethinking -- Drug use during lactation -- Poisoning and radiation in pregnancy -- Poisoning in pregnancy -- Multicenter, prospective study of fetal outcome following accidental carbon monoxide poisoning in pregnancy -- Direct drug toxicity to the fetus -- Nonmedical drug and chemical use in pregnancy -- Neonatal drug withdrawal syndromes -- Relationship between gestational cocaine use and pregnancy outcome: a meta-analysis -- Pregnancy outcome and infant development following gestational cocaine use by social cocaine users in Toronto, Canada. (cont) Biological markers of intrauterine exposure to cocaine and cigarette smoking -- Occupational exposures known to be human reproductive toxins -- Common occupational exposures encountered by pregnant women -- Maternal-fetal toxicology of medicinal plants: a clinician's guide -- Ionizing and nonionizing radiation in pregnancy -- Genetic and obstetric considerations -- Genetic aspects -- Prenatal diagnosis in clinical practice -- Fetal malformations associated with drugs and chemicals: visualization by sonography -- Maternal disorders leading to increased reproductive risks -- Organization and operation of teratogen information services -- Teratogen information services -- Motherisk I: a new model for counseling in reproductive toxicology -- Way women perceive teratogenic risk: the decision to terminate pregnancy -- Motherisk II: the first year of counseling on drug, chemical and radiation exposure in pregnancy -- Evaluating the effects of drugs in pregnancy: a guide to critical assessment of the literature -- Teratogenicity and litigation.