SSRIs during breastfeeding: spotlight on milk-to-plasma ratio

  title={SSRIs during breastfeeding: spotlight on milk-to-plasma ratio},
  author={S. Gentile and A. Rossi and C. Bellantuono},
  journal={Archives of Women's Mental Health},
  • S. Gentile, A. Rossi, C. Bellantuono
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Archives of Women's Mental Health
  • SummaryObjective: To investigate the usefulness of the milk-to-plasma (M/P) ratio for assessing the risks for the breastfed infant associated with the maternal use of SSRIs.Data sources: Medline, Toxnet, Embase, Current Contents, and PsycInfo indexed articles from 1980 to September 2006.Study selection and data extraction: All studies reporting the M/P ratio in mothers taking SSRIs while breastfeeding or studies which such an information could be calculated from data reported in the article… CONTINUE READING
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