Nicotine substitutes and pregnancy.

  • Published 2001 in Prescrire international

Abstract

(1) Smoking during pregnancy increases the risk of fetal death in utero, perinatal death, prematurity and low birth weight. (2) The efficacy and risks of nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy are not known. (3) Small short-term pharmacology studies in the third trimester of pregnancy showed that nicotine replacement therapy did not cause more fetal… (More)

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@article{2001NicotineSA, title={Nicotine substitutes and pregnancy.}, author={}, journal={Prescrire international}, year={2001}, volume={10 54}, pages={116-7} }