4 edition of Drugs and pregnancy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.Proceedings of the symposium, drugs and pregnancy, maternal drug handling--fetal exposure, Geneva, Switzerland, Oct. 6-7, 1983.
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Interestingly, this effect was absent when subjects were allowed to smoke freely, indicating that the deficit was withdrawal-induced and that smoking was a means to compensate for this deficit.
Naltrexone Naltrexone is a long-acting, nonselective opioid receptor antagonist used more commonly outside of the United States to prevent relapse in opiate addicts due to its ability to block the euphoric effects of opioid agonists, low tolerance and abuse potential, and modest adverse effects.
All medication should be taken as instructed on the pack or as prescribed by a doctor or midwife. It may not be safe for you. Alterations in the fetal development of the monoaminergic system can affect short- and long-term attention and cognitive development.
Belcheva MM, Bohn LM, Ho MT, Johnson FE, Yanai J, Barron S et al 1998. Warfarin is a common example. In addition to the aforementioned deficits, prenatally exposed children are more likely to develop substance use disorders.
Many women need to take medicines when they are pregnant. Endogenous opioids regulate dendritic growth and spine formation in developing rat brain. Fried PA, Watkinson B, Gray R 2003. Organization of cortico-cortical associative projections in rats exposed to ethanol during early postnatal life.
Jones LB, Stanwood GD, Reinoso BS, Washington RA, Wang HY, Friedman E et al 2000. Additional disruptions in monoamine oxidase B levelsMETH sensitizationand startle response ; also have implications for cognition and addiction vulnerability.
Guo HZ, Enters EK, McDowell KP, Robinson SE 1990.
Gender-specific effects of prenatal and adolescent exposure to tobacco smoke on auditory and visual attention.
Additional reports indicate an increased incidence of respiratory insufficiency at birth , altered corrected QT interval on electrocardiogram during the first postnatal week , postnatal hyperphagia , disrupted auditory event related potentials , and myelination deficits.