Birth outcome from a prospective, matched study of prenatal crack/cocaine use: II. Interactive and dose effects on neurobehavioral assessment.

@article{Eyler1998BirthOF,
  title={Birth outcome from a prospective, matched study of prenatal crack/cocaine use: II. Interactive and dose effects on neurobehavioral assessment.},
  author={Fonda Davis Eyler and Marylou Behnke and Michael Conlon and Nanci Stewart Woods and Kathleen Wobie},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={1998},
  volume={101 2},
  pages={237-41}
}
OBJECTIVE This prospective, longitudinal project was designed to determine the effects of prenatal cocaine use on the neurodevelopmental outcomes of infants from a historically understudied rural public health population. METHODOLOGY We interviewed > 2500 women prenatally, identified 154 cocaine users, and matched 154 controls on race, parity, socioeconomic status, and location of prenatal care (that related to level of pregnancy risk). Drug testing was required at enrollment and at delivery… CONTINUE READING

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