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Grossesse et consommation de drogues licites et illicites: justifications épidémiologiques à une prise en charge durant la grossesse

Abstract : With a multicenter cohort study in Lorraine including 749 patients, the authorcompares the declared and the real consumption of psychoactive products by pregnant women and their spouses, before and during the pregnancy. The study is about legal drugs (tobacco and alcohol) but also illegal drugs (cannabis, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, methamphetamines, Methadone and Buprenorphine). For some of them, the negative impact on the foetus is known (low birth weight, premature birth and malformations). This study is in contradiction with the American epidemiologic,al data about the consumption ofcannabis in pregnant women. The difference is made between the declared and the real consumption. The lack of support of the spouses by changing their habits is also emphasized. The prevention by informing the patients of the negative effects of these drugs is mostly done by the gynaecologists and less by the general physicians.
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Maryam Ziai. Grossesse et consommation de drogues licites et illicites: justifications épidémiologiques à une prise en charge durant la grossesse. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2008. ⟨hal-01733547⟩

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