Prenatal Alcohol Exposure, Anesthesia, and Fetal Loss in Baboon Model of Pregnancy

@inproceedings{North2018PrenatalAE,
  title={Prenatal Alcohol Exposure, Anesthesia, and Fetal Loss in Baboon Model of Pregnancy},
  author={Kelsey C North and Ana Marie Tobiasz and Ryan D. Sullivan and Zoran Bursac and Jose Ramon Duncan and Joseph Pierce Sullivan and Steven A.G. Davison and Danielle L. Tate and Stacey L Barnett and Giancarlo Mari and Anna N Bukiya},
  booktitle={Journal of drug and alcohol research},
  year={2018}
}
Approximately half of pregnant women engage in alcohol consumption some time during pregnancy. On the other hand, a small percentage of pregnant women undergo surgery and anesthesia at some time during pregnancy. In emergencies, anesthesia has to be administered to patients who are under alcohol intoxication. Anesthetic management during pregnancy while patients are intoxicated with alcohol is challenging. Here, we utilized a retrospective analysis of data available from 17 pregnant baboons… CONTINUE READING

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