Critical relationship between sodium valproate dose and human teratogenicity: results of the Australian register of anti-epileptic drugs in pregnancy

@article{Vajda2004CriticalRB,
  title={Critical relationship between sodium valproate dose and human teratogenicity: results of the Australian register of anti-epileptic drugs in pregnancy},
  author={Frank J E Vajda and Terence J O'Brien and Alison Anne Hitchcock and Janet Elizabeth Graham and Mervyn John Eadie},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={854-858}
}
UNLABELLED To compare the incidence of foetal malformations (FMs) in pregnant women with epilepsy treated with different anti-epileptic drugs (AED) and doses, and the influence of seizures, family and personal history, and environmental factors. A prospective, observational, community-based cohort study. METHODS A voluntary, Australia-wide, telephone-interview-based register prospectively enrolling three groups of pregnant women: taking AEDs for epilepsy; with epilepsy not taking AEDs; taking… CONTINUE READING
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