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effects of alcohol, tobacco and caffeine on the fetus a bibliography of the recent human literature by J. S. Forth

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Published by Canadian Institute of Child Health in Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fetal alcohol syndrome -- Bibliography,
  • Fetus -- Effect of drugs on -- Bibliography,
  • Fetus -- Physiology -- Bibliography.,
  • Pregnancy -- Bibliography.

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Edition Notes

StatementJ.S. Forth.
ContributionsCanadian Institute of Child Health.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ6671.2.F4 F6, Z6671.2F4 F6
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 41 leaves ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19189539M

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The use of substances such as tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs during pregnancy has important general health implications both for the mother and the fetus. A Food Nutrition Board report entitled Alternative Dietary Practices and Nutritional Abuses in Pregnancy(NRC, ) considered at length the adverse reproductive effects of cigarette smoking and alcohol abuse as well as .   But, this is not the only bad thing for pregnant women. Both illegal and legal drugs can affect the development of the fetus too. When you ingest caffeine, smoke tobacco, use crystal meth, or marijuana, your fetus feels the effect of these drugs too. If you have a cocaine addiction, you are not just putting your life on the line. Caffeine increases the effect on the unborn of other substances, such as tobacco and alcohol, shutting down the blood supply to the placenta, starving the foetus of oxygen and increasing the risk of low birth weight or r caffeineis harmless to the human fetus when intake is moderate and spread out over the day.   Maternal smoking and caffeine or coffee consumption are considered potential risk factors for early fetal loss (1 – 10). Consequently, there have been warnings about smoking and excessive use of caffeine during pregnancy for many years. It is thought that caffeine and substances in tobacco smoke may affect the survivability of the conceptus.

A study was made of the pulse rate, blood pressure, oxygen consumption, arterio-venous oxygen difference, and cardiac output changes which followed the oral administration of moderate doses of alcohol (in various forms), and caffeine (as caffeinecitrate), and the smoking of tobacco for varying lengths of times. The administration of even small doses (10 cc.) of alcohol to non .   Viktor Mravčík, Blanka Nechanská, Roman Gabrhelík, Marte Handal, Milada Mahic, Svetlana Skurtveit, Socioeconomic characteristics of women with substance use disorder during pregnancy and neonatal outcomes in their newborns: A national registry study from the Czech Republic, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, /cdep, Side Effects of Caffeine on Fetus and Unborn Babies Besides these unhealthy effects on body, there are several others that may become the most dangerous consequence during the pregnancy. The chemical contained in the caffeine can bring lasting effects on the unborn babies growing inside the womb. Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs). This can affect the way your baby looks, thinks, and learns. The mental and developmental disabilities usually last a lifetime. Binge drinking -- .

  Drug and Alcohol Effects on the Fetus alcohol, caffeine, tobacco and also from viruses that the mother suffers from. During pregnancy, mothers are sometimes not aware or well informed enough to know that what they are consuming is having such serious effects on their baby, because teratogens can leave some of the most serious birth defects.   A comparison of the effects of prenatal exposure to tobacco, alcohol, cannabis and caffeine on birth size and subsequent growth. NEUROTOXICOL TERATOL 9(2) , Maternal use of cigarettes, alcohol, cannabis, and caffeine was established for four time periods; prepregnancy, first trimester, third trimester and average use over pregnancy. Scientists have gained insight into how second-hand tobacco smoke damages the earliest stages of human embryonic development. The UCSF-led team made its discovery by studying the impact of smoke on human embryonic stem cells as they differentiated, or specialized into various cell types, in the culture dish.   Effects of Alcohol on the Fetus’s Central Nervous System. Exposure to alcohol in the womb begins in the earliest weeks of pregnancy, according to Emory University. In the third week, alcohol affects the fetus’s heart and central nervous system. As the mother’s drinking continues, the fetus’s eyes, arms, legs, and heart can be negatively.