The aim of the study was to assess perinatal outcome of pregnancy burdened with maternal addiction in comparison with an unselected population from a european transition country data on pregnancies complicated by illicit drug abuse n 85 managed during a 10 year period 1997 2007 at split . Kentucky school of alcohol and other drug studies lori devlin do mha omaternal history of drug abuse ointrauterine growth restriction small for prenatal substance abuse short and long term effects on the exposed fetus pediatrics 1313 march 2013 . Alcohol and drug use by pregnant women is known as maternal addiction it is a serious problem with long lasting effects and consequences for a childs social emotional and cognitive development heroin methadone and heavy alcohol consumption during pregnancy are associated with lower birth weight and central nervous system cns dysfunction. For more information about substance use in women read nidas substance use in women research report references center for behavioral health statistics and quality results from the 2016 national survey on drug use and health detailed tables rockville md substance abuse and mental health services administration 2017. Prenatal substance abuse continues to be a significant problem in this country and poses important health risks for the developing fetus the primary care pediatricians role in addressing prenatal substance exposure includes prevention identification of exposure recognition of medical issues for the exposed newborn infant protection of the infant and follow up of the exposed infant
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