Comparison of Biological Screening and Diagnostic Indicators to Detect In Utero Opiate and Cocaine Exposure Among Mother-Infant Dyads.

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BACKGROUND Opioid and cocaine antenatal substance use can result in significant obstetric and pediatric health implications. Accurate detection of in utero-exposed neonates can improve patient care and health outcomes. Therefore, the effectiveness of mother-infant biological and diagnostic indicators collected at labor and delivery to provide accurate… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/FTD.0000000000000447

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@article{Stabler2017ComparisonOB, title={Comparison of Biological Screening and Diagnostic Indicators to Detect In Utero Opiate and Cocaine Exposure Among Mother-Infant Dyads.}, author={Meagan E. Stabler and Peter R. Giacobbi and Ilana R. Azulay Chertok and Leann Long and Lesley Cottrell and Panitan Yossuck}, journal={Therapeutic drug monitoring}, year={2017}, volume={39 6}, pages={640-647} }