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Pregnancies and newborn infants among 260 opiate dependent women in 1998/1999 : Final results and analysis of the « GEGA » prospective study

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Laurent Gourarier
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Sandrine Aubisson
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Francis Cneude
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Martine Piquet
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Emmanuelle Peyret
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Claude Lejeune
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Abstract

Previous results from our team have shown that opiate dependent women who received substitution during pregnancy and early post partum period had rather similar results on birth, neonatal withdrawal syndrome (NWS) and perinatal patterns of the infant, whether they received oral methadone or sublingual buprenorphine treatment. Despite few differences concerning NWS age of maximum and late premature newborn, both the methadone and buprenorphine regimen had a group of severe cases grouping several harmful factors with poor or very poor results.
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halshs-00578658 , version 1 (21-03-2011)

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Laurent Gourarier, Sandrine Aubisson, Francis Cneude, Martine Piquet, Emmanuelle Peyret, et al.. Pregnancies and newborn infants among 260 opiate dependent women in 1998/1999 : Final results and analysis of the « GEGA » prospective study. Sixty-Fourth Annual Scientific Meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, Jun 2002, Québec City, Canada. pp.S68. ⟨halshs-00578658⟩
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