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Prevalence of Depression During Pregnancy: Systematic Review
- H. Bennett, A. Einarson, A. Taddio, G. Koren, T. Einarson
- Psychology, MedicineObstetrics and gynecology
- 1 April 2004
Rates of depression, especially during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, are substantial, and clinical and economic studies to estimate maternal and fetal consequences are needed.
Measurement of cortisol in human hair as a biomarker of systemic exposure.
- B. Sauvé, G. Koren, Grace Walsh, S. Tokmakejian, S. Van Uum
- Medicine, BiologyClinical and investigative medicine. Medecine…
- 1 October 2007
The correlation of hair cortisol with 24-hour urine cortisol supports its relevance as biomarker for long-term exposure and determines a reference range for non-obese subjects.
The burden of prenatal exposure to alcohol: revised measurement of cost.
- B. Stade, A. Ali, G. Koren
- Medicine, Political ScienceThe Canadian journal of clinical pharmacology…
Inclusion of infants aged 0 to 1 years, adults beyond the age of 21 years and costs associated with residing in institutions provided a more accurate estimate of the costs of FASD.
Hair cortisol as a biological marker of chronic stress: Current status, future directions and unanswered questions
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
- G. Koren, I. Nulman, A. Chudley, Christine Loocke
- MedicineCMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal…
- 25 November 2003
Case Ms. L, a 32-year-old G5 P2 A2 (gravida 5, para 2, abortions 2) woman, is admitted to hospital because of premature rupture of membranes at an estimated 34 weeks of gestation. She has had only…
Colchicine poisoning: the dark side of an ancient drug
Although colchicine poisoning is relatively uncommon, it is imperative to recognize its features as it is associated with a high mortality rate when missed and should be suspected in patients with access to the drug and the typical toxidrome (gastroenteritis, hypotension, lactic acidosis, and prerenal azotemia).
Child development following exposure to tricyclic antidepressants or fluoxetine throughout fetal life: a prospective, controlled study.
Exposure to tricyclic antidepressants or fluoxetine throughout gestation does not appear to adversely affect cognition, language development, or the temperament of preschool and early-school children, whereas mothers' depression is associated with less cognitive and language achievement by their children.
The impact of maternal depression during pregnancy on perinatal outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
- S. Grigoriadis, Emily H Vonderporten, L. Ross
- MedicineThe Journal of clinical psychiatry
- 15 April 2013
Maternal depression during pregnancy is associated with increased odds for premature delivery and decreased breastfeeding initiation; however, the effects are modest.
Stress pathways to spontaneous preterm birth: the role of stressors, psychological distress, and stress hormones.
Neither maternal plasma CRH, hair cortisol, nor placental histopathologic features of infection/inflammation, infarction, or maternal vasculopathy were significantly associated with pregnancy-related anxiety or any other stress or distress measure, suggesting the biologic pathways underlying stress-induced preterm birth remain poorly understood.
Social cognitive and emotion processing abilities of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders: a comparison with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
- R. Greenbaum, Sara A Stevens, K. Nash, G. Koren, J. Rovet
- Psychology, MedicineAlcoholism, clinical and experimental research
- 1 October 2009
Difficulties in social cognition and emotion processing in children with FASDs may contribute to their high incidence of social behavioral problems.