Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation: Treatment Options and Risk Assessment (3rd Edition)

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book-author

Christof Schaefer, Paul W. J. Peters, Richard K. Miller

publisher

Academic Press; 3rd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

877 pages

language

English

asin

B00NXNPLL4

isbn10

124080782

isbn13

9780124080782


Book Description

Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation; 3rd Edition; (PDF) is a reliable and quick reference for all those working in disciplines related to fertility; lactation; pregnancy; child health; and human genetics who recommend or supply medicinal products; and to those who assess health and safety risks. Each chapter covers twofold information regarding drugs that are suitable for prescription during pregnancy and an evaluation of the risk of a drug when exposure during pregnancy has already occurred. Comprehensively updated with current regulations; references to the up-to-date pharmacological data; and new medicinal products; this edition is an inclusive resource covering the latest knowledge and findings linked to drugs during lactation and pregnancy.

The latest 3rd edition:

  • Offers evidence-based recommendations to help clinicians make suitable recommendations
  • Emphasizes new research developments from a primary source about the working mechanism of substances that cause developmental disorders
  • Exclusively organized and structured according to drug class and treatment indications to provide authoritative clinical content on potential adverse effects

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Additional information

book-author

Christof Schaefer, Paul W. J. Peters, Richard K. Miller

publisher

Academic Press; 3rd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

877 pages

language

English

asin

B00NXNPLL4

isbn10

124080782

isbn13

9780124080782

Table of contents

Front Matter, Page iii
Copyright, Page iv
List of Contributors, Pages xix-xxi, Mark Anderson, Susan M. Barlow, Matitiahu Berkovitch, Cornelia Borisch, Christina D. Chambers, Maurizio Clementi, Benedikte-Noël Cuppers, Maria Ellfolk, Jan M. Friedman, Lee H. Goldstein, Juliane Habermann, Henry M. Hess, Stefanie Hultzsch, Eleanor Hüttel, Angela Kayser, Gudula Kirtschig, Ruth A. Lawrence, Fernanda Sales luiz Vianna, Heli Malm, Paul Merlob, Richard K. Miller, et al.
Preface, Pages xxiii-xxiv, Richard K. Miller, Christof Schaefer, Paul Peters
Disclaimer, Page xxv
1 – General commentary on drug therapy and drug risks in pregnancy, Pages 1-23, Paul Peters, Richard K. Miller, Christof Schaefer
Introduction, Page 25
2.1 – Analgesics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), muscle relaxants, and antigout medications, Pages 27-58, Heli Malm, Cornelia Borisch
2.2 – Allergy and hyposensitization therapy, Pages 59-63, Lee H. Goldstein, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer, Matitiahu Berkovitch
2.3 – Antiasthmatic and cough medication, Pages 65-74, Lee H. Goldstein, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer, Matitiahu Berkovitch
2.4 – Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, Pages 75-91, Lee H. Goldstein, Corinna Weber Schöndorfer, Matitiahu Berkovitch
2.5 – Gastro-intestinal medications, hypolipidemic agents and spasmolytics, Pages 93-113, Maurizio Clementi, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
2.6 – Anti-infective Agents, Pages 115-176, Stephanie Padberg
2.7 – Vaccines and immunoglobulins, Pages 177-192, Benedikte-Noël Cuppers, Christof Schaefer
2.8 – Heart and blood medications, Pages 193-223, Fernanda Sales Luiz Vianna, Lavinia Schüler-Faccini, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
2.9 – Anticoagulants, thrombocyte aggregation inhibitors, fibrinolytics and volume replacement agents, Pages 225-249, Janine E. Polifka, Juliane Habermann
2.10 – Epilepsy and antiepileptic medications, Pages 251-291, Christina Chambers, Christof Schaefer
2.11 – Psychotropic drugs, Pages 293-339, Katherine L Wisner, Christof Schaefer
2.12 – Immunosuppression, rheumatic diseases, multiple sclerosis, and Wilson’s disease, Pages 341-372, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
2.13 – Antineoplastic drugs, Pages 373-399, Jan M. Friedman, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
2.14 – Uterine contraction agents, tocolytics, vaginal therapeutics and local contraceptives, Pages 401-412, Gerard H.A. Visser, Angela Kayser
2.15 – Hormones, Pages 413-450, Asher Ornoy, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
2.16 – General and local anesthetics and muscle relaxants, Pages 451-465, Stefanie Hultzsch, Asher Ornoy
2.17 – Dermatological medications and local therapeutics, Pages 467-492, Gudula Kirtschig, Christof Schaefer
2.18 – Vitamins, minerals and trace elements, Pages 493-510, Richard K. Miller, Paul Peters
2.19 – Herbs during pregnancy, Pages 511-525, Henry M. Hess, Richard K. Miller
2.20 – Diagnostic agents, Pages 527-540, Stefanie Hultzsch
2.21 – Recreational drugs, Pages 541-573, Sally Stephens, Laura M. Yates
2.22 – Poisonings and toxins, Pages 575-597, Laura M. Yates, Sally Stephens
2.23 – Occupational, industrial and environmental agents, Pages 599-638, Susan M. Barlow, Frank M. Sullivan, Richard K. Miller
3 – General commentary on drug therapy and drug risk during lactation, Pages 639-649, Ruth A. Lawrence, Christof Schaefer
Introduction, Pages 651-652
4.1 – Analgesics, antiphlogistics and anesthetics, Pages 653-670, Maria Ellfolk, Stefanie Hultzsch
4.2 – Antiallergics, antiasthmatics and antitussives, Pages 671-676, Paul Merlob, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
4.3 – Gastrointestinal drugs, Pages 677-686, Paul Merlob, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
4.4 – Anti-infectives, Pages 687-703, Stephanie Padberg
4.5 – Vaccines and immunoglobulins, Pages 705-710, Ruth A. Lawrence, Mary Panse
4.6 – Cardiovascular drugs and diuretics, Pages 711-723, Paul Merlob, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
4.7 – Anticoagulants, thrombocyte aggregation inhibitors and fibrinolytics, Pages 725-729, Paul Merlob, Juliane Habermann
4.8 – Antiepileptics, Pages 731-741, Paul Merlob, Christof Schaefer
4.9 – Psychotropic drugs, Pages 743-774, Paul Merlob, Christof Schaefer
4.10 – Immunomodulating and antineoplastic agents, Pages 775-782, Paul Merlob, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
4.11 – Hormones and hormone antagonists, Pages 783-795, Gerard H.A. Visser, Corinna Weber-Schöndorfer
4.12 – Dermatological medication and local therapeutics, Pages 797-802, Christof Schaefer, Gudula Kirtschig
4.13 – Alternative remedies, vitamins, and minerals, Pages 803-811, Ruth A. Lawrence, Eleanor Hüttel
4.14 – Contrast media, radionuclides and diagnostics, Pages 813-819, Stefanie Hultzsch
4.15 – Infections during breastfeeding, Pages 821-833, Bernke te Winkel, Christof Schaefer
4.16 – Recreational drugs, Pages 835-843, Mark Anderson, Marc Oppermann
4.17 – Plant toxins, Pages 845-846, Ruth A. Lawrence, Christof Schaefer
4.18 – Industrial chemicals and environmental contaminants, Pages 847-861, Ruth A. Lawrence, Christof Schaefer
Index, Pages 863-892

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