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Analyse des données maternelles et obstétricales dans une cohorte rétrospective de 170 nouveaux-nés de mères polyconsommatrices, Île-de-France, 1999-2008

Abstract : Polydrug use in pregnancy is harmful. This survey aimed to explore the issue of the associations of substances during pregnancy and to determine the consumer profiles. One hundred and seventy newborns whose mothers were psychoactive substances users were identified over the period 1999 to 2008. The data relating to maternal consumption, their reproductive history, and their living environment were collated. At the end of their pregnancy, the mothers reported using on average 3.14 substances. Three profiles were determined: 65 women were heroin users or had consumed it in their lifetime and were currently on substitution treatment, and had a very unfavourable social living environment; 30 women were mainly consumers of alcohol, with or without benzodiazepines or other psychotropic drugs, and had a history of abortions; 75 women were mainly tobacco and cannabis smokers, with or without substitution treatment, had good social living conditions and has wanted the pregnancy
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Laurence Simmat-Durand, Stéphanie Toutain, Natacha Vellut, Louise Genest, Catherine Crenn-Hebert, et al.. Analyse des données maternelles et obstétricales dans une cohorte rétrospective de 170 nouveaux-nés de mères polyconsommatrices, Île-de-France, 1999-2008. Journal de Gynécologie Obstétrique et Biologie de la Reproduction, Elsevier Masson, 2010, 39 (8), pp.647-655. ⟨halshs-00785500⟩

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