Universal screening for prenatal alcohol exposure: a progress report of a pilot study in the region of Grey Bruce, Ontario.

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The main objective of this study is to evaluate the clinical utility of meconium analysis for fatty acid ethyl esters as a universal screening tool intended for the detection of newborns at risk for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. This will be accomplished by assessing the rate of voluntary participation in a nonanonymous neonatal screening program and by… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/FTD.0b013e3181dca381

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@article{Zelner2010UniversalSF, title={Universal screening for prenatal alcohol exposure: a progress report of a pilot study in the region of Grey Bruce, Ontario.}, author={Irene Zelner and Sarit Shor and Joey N Gareri and Hazel Lynn and Henry W Roukema and Lisa Lum and Kirsten Eisinga and Irena Nulman and G. 215 Sapir - Koren}, journal={Therapeutic drug monitoring}, year={2010}, volume={32 3}, pages={305-10} }