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Conséquences obstétricales et pédiatriques de la consommation de cocaïne pendant la grossesse

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C Lejeune, A-M Simonpoli, P Gressens

Original languageFrench
Article numberN/A
Pages (from-to)S56-S63
Number of pages8
JournalArchives De Pediatrie
Volume16
Issue numberSuppl 1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2009

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Abstract

Review of recent publications about perinatal consequences of cocaine use during pregnancy points out that: - dramatic obstetrical, neonatal and developmental abnormalities, reported during 1980-90', are less frequent in recent cohort studies; - pregnant women who use cocaine or crack, also consume other psychoactive drugs (alcohol, tobacco, benzodiazepines, cannabis, opiates, ...) and have a very chaotic life-style; so, it is difficult to distinguish abnormalities caused by cocaine per se, even with numerous cohorts, control groups and multivariate analysis.

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