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									Database: WorldCat Prenatal exposure to toxicants : developmental consequences / Herbert L Needleman; David Bellinger 1994 English Book x, 321 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ; ISBN: 0801847044 (hc : alk. paper) 9780801847042 (hc : alk. paper) 9780801847073 (hc : alk. paper) 0801847079 (hc : alk. paper) Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 296 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: Needleman, Herbert L.,max: 3Bellinger, David.1 Title: Prenatal exposure to toxicants : developmental consequences / Author(s): Needleman, Herbert L.,; 1927Bellinger, David. Publication: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, Year: 1994 Description: x, 321 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Language: English Series: The Johns Hopkins series in environmental toxicology; Contents: Neurodevelopmental toxicology -- Comparative postnatal neurologic development / Patricia M. Rodier -- Effects of physiologic pregnancy adaptations on maternal and fetal pharmacokinetics / Donald R. Mattison -- Assessment of neurobehavioral development in studies of the effects of prenatal exposure to toxicants / Kim N. Dietrich, David Bellinger -- Toxicants well studies in humans -- Neurotoxicity of prenatal exposure to lead: kinetics, mechanisms and expressions / David Bellinger, Herbert L. Needleman -Developmental neurotoxicity of methyl mercury / Bernard Weiss -- Effects of perinatal exposure to polychlorinated byphenyls and related contaminants / Joseph L. Jacobson, Sandra W. Jacobson -- Effects of prenatal exposure to alcohol and tobacco: contributions from the Seattle longitudinal prospective study and implications for public policy / Ann Pytkowicz ... [et al.] -- Effects of prenatal exposure to marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methadone / Nancy L. Day, Gale A. Richardson, Peggy J. McGauhey. (cont) Toxicants studied mainly in animals -- Effects of exposure to industrial and commercial solvents on the developing brain and behavior of children / Jose A. Valciukas -- Effects of prenatal exposure to pesticides / David H. Sesline, Richard J. Jackson -- Effects of prenatal exposure to carbon monoxide / Zoltan Annau, Laurence D. Fechter -Xenoestrogens and neuroendocrine development / Patricia L. Whitten, Frederick Naftolin -- Regulatory issues -- Reproductive hazards in the workplace: lessons from UAW v. Johnson Controls / Joan E. Bertin. Standard No: ISBN: 0801847044 (hc : alk. paper); 9780801847042 (hc : alk. paper); 0801847074 (hc : alk. paper); 9780801847073 (hc : alk. paper); 0801847079 (hc : alk. paper); National Library: 9314775 LCCN: 93-34394 SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Reproductive toxicology. Developmental toxicology. Zwangerschap. Vergif.

Abnormalities, Drug-Induced. Central Nervous System -- drug effects. Environmental Exposure -- adverse effects. Fetus -- drug effects. Pregnancy. Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects. Substance-Related Disorders. Identifier: Humans; Foetuses; Effects of; Toxins. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index. Class Descriptors: LC: RA1224.2; Dewey: 616.8/0443; NLM: 1994 G-044; WQ 211 Responsibility: edited by Herbert L. Needleman and David Bellinger. Vendor Info: Baker & Taylor Baker and Taylor YBP Library Services (BKTY BTCP YANK) 125.00 Status: active Document Type: Book Entry: 19930824 Update: 20081130 Accession No: OCLC: 28802107 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sex and the brain / Gillian Einstein 2007 English Book xvii, 834 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ; ISBN: 9780262050876 0262050870 Access: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip078/2007000653.html Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 161 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Title: Sex and the brain / Author(s): Einstein, Gillian. Publication: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, Year: 2007 Description: xvii, 834 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. Language: English Standard No: ISBN: 9780262050876; 0262050870; National Library: 101297312; 013805377; LCCN: 2007653 Contents: Sexually dimorphic behavior : definition and the organizational hypothesis / Robert W. Goy and Bruce S. McEwen -- Sex differences in behavior : rodents, birds, and primates / Robert W. Goy and Bruce S. McEwen -- Female mating behavior shown by male rats after administration of testosterone propionate / Frank A. Beach -- Masculine copulatory behavior in intact and castrated female rats / Frank A. Beach and Priscilla Rasquin -- An urge to explain the incomprehensible : Geoffrey Harris and the discovery of the neural control of the pituitary gland / G. Raisman -- The induction of ovulation in the rabbit, by electrical stimulation of the hypothalmo-hypophysial mechanism / G.W. Harris -- Proliferative capacity of the hypophysial portal vessels / G.W. Harris

and Dora Jacobsohn -- The effect of intrapituitary infusion of median eminence and other brain extracts on anterior pituitary gonadotrophic secretion / H.J. Campbell, G. Feuer and G.W. Harris -Sexual differentiation of the central nervous system / Neil J. McClusky and Frederick Naftolin -- A gene from the human sex-determining region encodes a protein with homology to a conserved DNA-binding motif / Andrew H. Sinclair ... [et al.] -- Molecular basis of mammalian sexual determination : activation of Mullerian inhibiting substance gene expression by SRY / Christopher M. Haqq ... [et al.] -- Exchange of terminal portions of X- and Y- Chromosomal short arms in human XX males / David C. Page, Laura G. Brown and Albert de la Chapelle -- Steroid 5-alpha-reductase deficiency in man : an inherited form of male pseudohermaphroditism / Julianne ImperatoMcGinley ... [et al.] -- Phenotypic features, androgen receptor binding, and mutational analysis in 278 clinical cases reported as androgen insensitivity syndrome / S.F. Ahmed ... [et al.] -- 47,XXY female with testicular feminization and positive SRY : a case report / Eloisa Saavedra-Castillo ... [et al.] -- The five sexes : why male and female are not enough / Anne Fausto-Sterling -Estrogen formation in the mammalian brain : possible role of aromatase in sexual differentiation of the hippocampus and neocortex / Neil J. MacLusky ... [et al.] -- Molecular mechanisms of action of steroid/thyroid receptor superfamily/ Ming-Jer Tsai and Bert W. O'Malley -Inhibition of rat sexual behavior by antisense oligonucleotides to the progesterone receptor / Shailaja K. Mani ... [et al.] -- Hormonal regulation of hypothalamic gene expression : identification of multiple novel estrogen induced genes / Simon W. Law ... [et al.] -- Estrogen resistance caused by a mutation in the estrogen-receptor gene in a man / Eric P. Smith ... [et al.] -- Organizing action of prenatally administered testosterone propionate on the tissues mediating mating behavior in the female guinea pig / Charles H. Phoenix ... [et al.] -- Hormones and sexual behavior / William C. Young, Robert W. Goy and Charles H. Phoenix -- Neonatal androgens influence the social play of prepubescent rats / Michael J. Meany and Jane Stewart -- Sexual dimorphism in vocal control areas of the songbird brain / Fernando Nottebohm and Arthur P. Arnold -- Testosterone triggers growth of brain vocal control nuclei in adult female canaries / Fernando Nottebohm -- Altered perception of species-specific song by female birds after lesions of a forebrain nucleus / Eliot A. Brenowitz -Hormone accumulation in a sexually dimorphic motor nucleus of the rat spinal cord / S. Marc Breedlove and Arthur P. Arnold -Hormonal control of a developing neuromuscular system. 1, Complete demasculinization of the male rat spinal nucleus of the bulbocavernosus using the anti-androgen flutamide / S. Marc Breedlove and Arthur P. Arnold -- Sexual dimorphism in human and canine spinal cord : Role of early androgen / Nancy G. Forger and S. Marc Breedlove -- Sexual dimorphism in the neuropil of the preoptic area of the rat and its dependence on neonatal androgen / G. Raisman and P.M. Field -- Sex difference in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis of the human brain / Laura S. Allen and Roger A. Gorski -Evidence for a morphological sex difference within the medial preoptic area of the rat brain / R.A. Gorski ... [et al.] -- A sexually dimorphic nucleus in the human brain / D.F. Swaab and E. Fliers -- Two sexually dimorphic cell groups in the human brain / Laura S. Allen ... [et al.] -- Effects of discrete lesions of the sexually dimorphic nucleus of the preoptic area or other medial preoptic

regions on the sexual behavior of male rats / Gary W. Arendash and Roger A. Gorski -- Sexual behavior in male rhesus monkeys elicited by electrical stimulation of preoptic and hypothalamic areas / A.A. Perachio, L.D. Marr and M. Alexander -- Medial preoptic and hypothalamic neuronal activity during sexual behavior of the male monkey / Y. Oomura, H. Yoshimatsu and S. Aou -- Demonstration of a sexual dimorphism in the distribution of serotonin-immunoreactive fibers in the medial preoptic nucleus of the rat / R.B. Simerly, L.W. Swanson and R.A. Gorski -- Reversal of the sexually dimorphic distribution of serotonin-immunoreactive fibers in the medial preoptic nucleus by treatment with perinatal androgen / R.B. Simerly, L.W. Swanson and R.A. Gorski -- Sex differences in vasopressin and other neurotransmitter systems in the brain / G.J. De Vries, R.M. Buijs and F.W. van Leeuwen -- Distribution of androgen target cells in rat forebrain and pituitary after (3H)-dihydrotestosterone administration / Madhabananda Sar and Walter E. Stumpf --; Developmental changes in estrogen receptors in mouse cerebral cortex between birth and postweaning : studied by autoradiography with 11[beta]-methoxy-16[alpha]-(125I)iodoestradiol / Paul J. Shughrue ... [et al.] - A previously uncharacterized role for estrogen receptor [beta] : defeminization of male brain and behavior / Andrea E. Kudwa ... [et al.] -- ER-X : a novel, plasma-membrane-associated, putative estrogen receptor that is regulated during development and following ischemic brain injury / C. Dominique Toran-Allerand ... [et al.] -- Sex steroids and the development of the newborn mouse hypothalamus and preoptic area in vitro : implications for sexual differentiation / C. Dominique Toran-Allerand -- Sex steroids promote neurite growth in mesencephalic tyrosine hydroxylase immunoreactive neurons in vitro / Ingrid Riesert ... [et al.] -- Estrogen receptors colocalize with low-affinity nerve growth factor receptors in cholinergic neurons of the basal forebrain / C. Dominique ToranAllerand ... [et al.] -- Early estrogen-induced nuclear changes in rat hypothalamic ventromedial neurons : an ultrastructural and morphometric analysis / Kathryn J. Jones, Donald W. Pfaff, and Bruce S. McEwen -- 5,7-dihydroxytryptamine and gonadal steroid manipulation alter spine density in ventromedial hypothalamic neurons / Maya Frankfurt and Bruce S. McEwen -- Estradiol mediates fluctuation in hippocampal synapse density during the estrous cycle in the adult rat / Catherine S. Woolley and Bruce S. McEwen -- Sex differences of hypothalamic prolactin cells develop independently of the presence of sex steroids / Cordian Beyer ... [et al.] -- A model system for study of sex chromosome effects on sexually dimorphic neural and behavioral traits / Geert J. De Vries ... [et al.] -- Steroid hormones and the brain : linking "nature" and "nurture" / Bruce S. McEwen -- Motherhood modifies magnocellular neuronal interrelationships in functionally meaningful ways / Barbara K. Modney and Glenn I. Hatton -- Alterations of the cortical representation of the rat ventrum induced by nursing behavior / Christian Xerri, Judith M. Stern and Michael M. Merzenich -- Sexdependent behavioral effects of cerebral cortical lesions in the developing rhesus monkey / Patricia S. Goldman ... [et al.] -- Sex and the single hemisphere : specialization of the right hemisphere for spatial processing / Sandra F. Witelson -- Sex differences in the effects of unilateral brain damage on intelligence / James Inglis and J.S. Lawson -- Left-handedness : association with immune disease, migraine, and developmental learning disorder / Norman Geschwind and Peter Behan -- Cognitive abilities in

androgen-insensitive subjects : comparison with control males and females from the same kindred / Julianne Imperato-McGinley ... [et al.] -- Sex differences in regional cerebral glucose metabolism during a resting state / Ruben C. Gur ... [et al.] -- Sex differences in cerebral organization for speech and praxic functions / Doreen Kimura -- Women have greater density of neurons in posterior temporal cortex / S.F. Witelson, I.I. Glezer and D.L. Kigar -- Sex differences in the functional organization of the brain for language / Bennett A. Shaywitz ... [et al.] -- Sex differences in functional brain activation during a lexical visual field task / Susan L. Rossell ... [et al.] -- Sexual dimorphism in the human corpus callosum / Christine de Lacoste-Utamsing and Ralph L. Holloway -- No sex-related differences in human corpus callosum based on magnetic resonance imagery / Jeffrey S. Oppenheim ... [et al.] -- Sexual dimorphism of the human corpus callosum from three independent samples : relative size of the corpus callosum / Ralph L. Holloway ... [et al.] -- Sexual dimorphism of the anterior commissure and massa intermedia of the human brain / Laura S. Allen and Roger A. Gorski -- Sex differences in the corpus callosum of the living human being / Laura S. Allen ... [et al.] -- Disruption of estrogen receptor [beta] gene impairs spatial learning in female mice / Emilie F. Rissman ... [et al.] -- Spatial memory performance in androgen insensitive male rats / Bryan A. Jones and Neil V. Watson -- Androgens and gender role behaviour in girls with congenital adrenal hyperplasia / Froukje M.E. Slijper -- Gender dysphoria and gender change in androgen insensitivity or micropenis / Tom Mazur -- Correlation between genotype, phenotype, and sex of rearing in 111 patients with partial androgen insensitivity syndrome / A. Deeb ... [et al.] -- Heterosexual, autosexual and social behavior of adult male rhesus monkeys with medial preoptic-anterior hypothalamic lesions / Jefferson C. Slimp, Benjamin L. Hart and Robert W. Goy -Sexual orientation after prenatal exposure to estrogens / Anke A. Ehrhardt ... [et al.] -- An enlarged suprachiasmatic nucleus in homosexual men / D.F. Swaab and M.A. Hofman -- A difference in hypothalamic structure between heterosexual and homosexual men / Simon LeVay -Sexual orientation and the size of the anterior commissure in the human brain / Laura S. Allen and Roger A. Gorski -Brain response to putative pheromones in homosexual men / Ivanka Savic, Hans Berglund and Per Lindström -- Psychosexual disorders in children and adolescents / Kenneth J. Zucker and Richard Green -Estrogen positive feedback on LH secretion in transsexuality / L.J.G. Gooren ... [et al.] -- A sex difference in the human brain and its relation to transsexuality / Jiang-Ning Zhou ... [et al.] -Male-to-female transsexuals have female neuron numbers in a limbic nucleus / Frank P.M. Kruijver ... [et al.] -Historical origins of modern research on hormones and behavior / Frank A. Beach. Access: Materials specified: Table of contents only http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip078/2007000653.html SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Sex differences. Sex (Biology) Sexual dimorphism (Animals) Brain -- physiology -- Collected Works. Sex Characteristics -- Collected Works. Behavior, Animal -- physiology -- Collected Works. Brain -- anatomy & histology -- Collected Works. Gonadal Steroid Hormones -- Collected Works.

Sexual Behavior -- physiology -- Collected Works. Différences entre sexes. Sexualité (Biologie) Dimorphisme sexuel chez les animaux. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index. General Info: National bibliography no: GBA759619 Class Descriptors: LC: QP81.5; Dewey: 612.6; NLM: 2008 A-455; WL 300 Responsibility: edited by Gillian Einstein. Vendor Info: Baker & Taylor Baker and Taylor Blackwell Book Service YBP Library Services (BKTY BTCP BBUS YANK) 65.00 $65.00 Status: active Material Type: Internet resource (url) Document Type: Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20070108 Update: 20081217 Accession No: OCLC: 79256702 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Medication safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding / Gideon Koren 2007 English Book xv, 623 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. New York : McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, ; ISBN: 9780071448284 (alk. paper) 0071448284 (alk. paper) Access: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0642/2006101913-b.html Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 107 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Title: Medication safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding / Author(s): Koren, Gideon, 1947Publication: New York : McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, Year: 2007 Description: xv, 623 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. Language: English Standard No: ISBN: 9780071448284 (alk. paper); 0071448284 (alk. paper); National Library: 013655388; 101295417; 20080137660; LCCN: 2006-101913 Contents: Contributors --; preface --; pt. 1.; Maternal fetal toxicology--; 1.; Drugs in pregnancy : acknowledging challenges - finding solutions /; Gideon Koren --; 2.; Gestational changes in drug disposition in the maternal-fetal unit /; Christelle Gedeon; and; Gideon Koren --; 3.; Developmental risk assessments /; Gerald F. Chernoff --; 4.; Teratogenic drugs and chemicals in humans /; Irena Nulman,; Yana Izmaylov,; Arthur Staroselsky,; and; Gideon Koren --; 5.; Epilepsy and pregnancy /; Irena Nulman; and; Gideon Koren --; 6.; Fetal malformations associated with drugs and chemicals : visualization by sonography/fetal MRI /; Irena Nulman,; Reuven Sussman,; Noah Farber,; David Chitayat,; and; Gideon Koren --; 7.; Drugs and chemicals most commonly used by pregnant women

/; Doreen Matsui; and; David Knoppert --; 8.; Direct drug toxicity to the fetus /; Orna Diav-Citrin; and; Gideon Koren --; 9.; Poisoning in pregnancy /; Yaron Finkelstein --; 10.; Maternal disorders leading to increased reproductive risks /; Shital Gandhi,; Ruth R. Geist,; and; Alon Shrim --; 11.; Depression and antidepressant use in pregnancy /; Sanjog Kalra; and; Adrienne Einarson --; 12.; Neonatal poor adaptation syndrome following in utero exposure to antidepressants /; Alaa Ali,; Nobuko Taguchi,; and; Adrienne Einarson --; 13.; Clinical management of substance use during pregnancy /; Lori E. Ross,; Gideon Koren,; and; Meir Steiner --; 14.; Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder : the central nervous system tragedy /; Irena Nulman,; Dafna Knittel-Keren,; and; Gideon Koren --; 15.; Determination of prenatal exposures /; Joey N. Gareri,; Julia Klein,; and; Gideon Koren --; 16.; Occupational exposures known to be human reproductive poisons /; Yedidia Bentur; and; Gideon Koren --; 17. The; common occupational exposures encountered by pregnant women /; Yedidia Bentur; and; Gideon Koren --; 18.; Ionizing and nonionizing radiation in pregnancy /; Yedidia Bentur --; 19. The; use of natural health products in pregnancy and lactation : a clinician's guide /; Anna Sivojelezova,; Michael Gallo,; Enkelejda Bollano,; Heather Boon,; and; Gideon Koren --; 20.; Folic acid and congenital birth defects : review /; Y. Ingrid Goh; and; Gideon Koren --; 21.; Teratogen information services around the world /; Antonio Addis,; Myla E. Moretti,; and; Lavínia Schüler-Faccini --; 22.; Motherisk : the Toronto model for counselling in reproductive toxicology /; Myla E. Moretti --; 23. The; way women perceive teratogenic risk : how it can influence decision making during pregnancy regarding drug use or abortion of a wanted pregnancy /; Adrienne Einarson --; pt. 2.; Master ; Motherisk archives of systematic and evaluative reviews --; Section 1 : Methodological aspects --; 24. a; method for meta-analysis of epidemiological studies /; Thomas R. Einarson,; J. Steven Leeder,; and; Gideon Koren --; 25.; Bias against the null hypothesis in maternal-fetal pharmacology and toxicology /; Gideon Koren --; 26.; Bias against the null hypothesis : the reproductive hazards of cocaine /; Gideon Koren,; Karen Graham,; Heather Shear; and; Tom Einarson --; 27.; Reporting bias in retrospective ascertainment of drug-induced embryopathy /; Benjamin BarOz,; Myla E. Moretti,; Guy Mareels,; TonyVan Tittleboom,; and; Gideon Koren --; Section 2 : Maternal morbidities --; 28.; Fall in mean arterial pressure and fetal growth restriction in pregnancy hypertension : a meta-analysis /; P. von Dadelszen,; M.P. Orenstein,; S.B. Bull,; A.G. Logan,; G. Koren,; and; L.A. Magee --; 29.; Prevalence of depression during pregnancy : systematic review /; Heather A. Bennett,; Adrienne Einarson,; Anna Taddio,; Gideon Koren,; and; Thomas R. Einarson --; 30.; Perinatal risks of untreated depression during pregnancy /; Lori Bonari,; Natasha Pinto,; Eric Ahn,; Adrienne Einarson,; Meir Steiner,; and; Gideon Koren --; 31.; Malformation rates in children of women with untreated epilepsy : a meta-analysis /; Shawn Fried,; Eran Kozer,; Irena Nulman,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 32.; Pregnancy outcome following non-obstetric surgical intervention /; Raanan Cohen-Kerem,; Craig Railton,; Dana Oren,; Michael Lishner,; and; Gideon Koren --; 33.; Maternal hyperthermia and the risk for neural tube defects in offspring : systematic review and meta-analysis /; Myla E. Moretti,; Benjamin Bar-Oz,; Shawn Fried,; and; Gideon Koren --; 34.; Risk of varicella infection during late pregnancy /; Gideon Koren --; Section 3 : Alcohol, caffeine, cocaine and

environmental exposure --; 35.; Association between moderate alcohol consumption during pregnancy and spontaneous abortion, stillbirth and premature birth : a meta-analysis /; Niloufar Makarechian,; Karen Agro,; John Devlin,; Eric Trepanier,; Gideon Koren,; and; Thomas R. Einarson --; 36.; Moderate alcohol consumption during pregnancy and the incidence of fetal malformations : a meta-analysis /; Dimitris Polygenis,; Sean Wharton,; Christine Malmberg,; Nagwa Sherman,; Debbie Kennedy,; Gideon Koren,; and; Thomas R. Einarson --; 37. The; role of acetaldehyde in pregnancy outcome after prenatal alcohol exposure /; Marjie L. Hard,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 38.; Moderate to heavy caffeine consumption during pregnancy and relationship to spontaneous abortion and abnormal fetal growth : a meta-analysis /; Olavo Fernandes,; Mona Sabharwal; Tom Smiley,; Anne Pastuszak --; Gideon Koren,; and; Thomas Einarson --; 39.; Fetal effects of cocaine : an updated meta-analysis /; Antonio Addis,; Myla E. Moretti,; Fayyazuddin Ahmed Syed,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 40.; Pregnancy outcome following maternal organic solvent exposure : a meta-analysis of epidemiologic studies /; Kristen I. McMartin,; Merry Chu,; Ernest Kopecky,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; Section 4 : Use of vitamins, contraceptives and therapeutic drugs --; 41.; Prenatal multivitamin supplementation and rates of congenital anomalies : a meta-analysis /; Y. Ingrid Goh,; Enkelejd Bollano,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 42.; Maternal spermicide use and adverse reproductive outcome : a meta-analysis /; Thomas R. Einarson,; Gideon Koren,; David Mattice,; and; Cim Schechter-Tsafriri --; 43.; Evidencebased view of safety and effectiveness of pharmacologic therapy for nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP) /; Laura A. Magee,; Paolo Mazzotta,; and; Gideon Koren --; 44.; Fetal genital effects of first-trimester sex hormone exposure : a meta-analysis /; Lalitha Raman-Wilns,; Alice Lin-in Tseng,; Suzanne Wighardt,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 45.; Aspirin consumption during the first trimester of pregnancy and congenital anomalies : a meta-analysis /; Eran Kozer,; Shekoufeh Nikfar,; Adriana Costei,; Rada Boskovic,; Irena Nulman,; and; Gideon Koren --; 46.; Fetal safety of drugs used in the treatment of allergic rhinitis : a critical review /; Cameron Gilbert,; Paolo Mazzotta,; Ronen Loebstein,; and; Gideon Koren --; 47.; Use of proton pump inhibitors during pregnancy and rates of major malformations : a meta-analysis /; Shekoufeh Nikfar,; Mohammad Abdollahi,; Myla E. Moretti,; Laura A. Magee,; and; Gideon Koren --; 48. The; safety of nitrofurantoin during the first trimester of pregnancy : meta-analysis /; S. Ben David,; T. Einarson,; Y. Ben David,; I. Nulman,; A. Pastuszak,; G. Koren --; 49.; Safety of metronidazole in pregnancy : a meta-analysis /; Pascale Burtin,; Anna Taddio,; Omer Ariburnu,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 50.; Risks and benefits of [beta]-receptor blockers for pregnancy hypertension : overview of the randomized trials /; Laura A. Magee,; Einat Elran,; Shelley B. Bull,; Alexander Logan,; and; Gideon Koren --; 51. The; safety of oral hypoglycemic agents in the first trimester of pregnancy : a meta-analysis /; Sheryl J. Gutzin,; Eran Kozer,; Laura A. Magee,; Denice S. Feig,; and; Gideon Koren --; 52.; Pregnancy outcome after first-trimester exposure to metformin : a meta-analysis /; Cameron Gilbert,; Maria Valois,; and; Gideon Koren --; 53.; Pregnancy outcome following first trimester exposure to antihistamines : meta-analysis /; Arnold Seto,; Tom Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 54.; Evaluation of brompheniramine

safety in pregnancy /; Arnold Seto,; Tom Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 55.; Birth defects after maternal exposure to corticosteroids : prospective cohort study and meta-analysis of epidemiological studies /; Laura Park-Wyllie,; Paolo Mazzotta,; Anne Pastuszak,; Myla E. Moretti,; Liuzanne Beique,; Laura Hunnisett,; Mark H. Friesen,; Sheila Jacobson,; S. Kasapinovic,; Debra Chang,; Orna Diav-Citrin,; David Chitayat,; Irena Nulman,; Thomas R. Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 56.; Pregnancy outcome after cyclosporine therapy during pregnancy : a meta-analysis /; Benjamin Bar Oz,; Richard Hackman,; Tom Einarson,; and; Gideon Koren --; 57.; Systematic review of randomized controlled trials and cohort studies on pregnancy outcome following antiretroviral treatment in pregnancy /; Alejandro A. Nava-Ocampo,; Haleh Talaie,; and; Gideon Koren --; 58.; Neurodevelopment of children exposed in utero to treatment of maternal malignancy /; I. Nulman,; D. Laslo,; S. Fried,; E. Uleryk,; M. Lishner,; and; G. Koren --; 59.; Benzodiazephine use in pregnancy and major malformations or oral cleft : meta-analysis of cohort and case-control studies /; Lisa R. Dolovich,; Antonio Addis,; J.M. Régis Vaillancourt,; J.D. Barry Power,; Gideon Koren,; and; Thomas R. Einarson --; 60.; Safety of fluoxetine during the first trimester of pregnancy : a meta-analytical review of epidemiological studies /; Antonio Addis; and; Gideon Koren --; 61.; Antidepressant use during pregnancy and the rates of spontaneous abortions : a meta-analysis /; Michiel E.H. Hemels.; Adrienne Einarson,; Gideon Koren,; Krista L. Lanctôt,; and; Thomas R. Einarson --; 62.; Newer antidepressants in pregnancy and rates of major malformations : a metaanalysis of prospective comparative studies /; Thomas R. Einarson; and; Adrienne Einarson --; 63.; Major malformations with valproic acid /; Gideon Koren,; Alejandro A. Nava-Ocampo,; Myla E. Moretti,; Reuven Sussman,; and; Irena Nulman --; Index. Access: Materials specified: Contributor biographical information http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0642/2006101913-b.html Materials specified: Publisher description http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0642/2006101913-d.html Materials specified: Table of contents only http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0642/2006101913-t.html SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Fetus -- Effect of drugs on. Perinatal pharmacology. Reproductive toxicology. Developmental toxicology. Breast milk -- Contamination. Meta-Analysis. Pregnancy -- drug effects. Abnormalities, Drug-Induced. Breast Feeding. Drug Toxicity. Fetus -- drug effects. Note(s): Includes bibliographical references and index. General Info: National bibliography no: GBA707908 Class Descriptors: LC: RG627.6.D79; Dewey: 618.3/2; NLC: RG627.6*; RG627 .6 D79; NLM: 2008 L-109; WQ 200 Responsibility: Gideon Koren. Vendor Info: Baker and Taylor YBP Library Services Baker & Taylor (BTCP YANK BKTY) 105.00 Status: active Material Type: Internet resource (url)

Document Type: Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20061213 Update: 20090227 Accession No: OCLC: 77270896 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study-- general report / William Vega 1993 English Book 59 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. [Sacramento] : The Dept.,

Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 27 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study-- general report / Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. Publication: [Sacramento] : The Dept., Year: 1993 Description: 59 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. Language: English Standard No: LCCN: 93-622914 SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Substance abuse in pregnancy -- California -Statistics. Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology -- California. Alcoholism -- epidemiology -- California. Substance-Related Disorders. Alcoholism. Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects. Pregnancy. Note(s): "September, 1993."/ Includes bibliographical references (p. 56-57). Class Descriptors: GovDoc: A1406.P76; LC: RG580.S75; Dewey: 618.3/268; NLM: WM 16 P9641 1993 Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study-- general report. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Vendor Info: Baker and Taylor (BTCP) Document Type: Book Entry: 19940124 Update: 20080322 Accession No: OCLC: 29493590 Provider: OCLC

Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study : scientific report / William Vega 1993 English Book ix, 105, [247] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. [Sacramento? : Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 17 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study : scientific report / Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs.; Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. Publication: [Sacramento? : Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Year: 1993 Description: ix, 105, [247] p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Language: English Series: Publication ;; no. ADP 93-572; Variation: Publication (California. Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs) ;; no. adp93-572. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Drug abuse in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Alcoholism in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology -- California. Alcoholism -- epidemiology -- California. Substance-Related Disorders. Alcoholism. Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects. Pregnancy. Note(s): "Support for this project has been given ... under contract no. 91-00252."/ "September, 1993." Class Descriptors: GovDoc: A1406.P76 sci; LC: RG580.D76; NLM: WM 16 P964 1993 Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study, scientific report. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health and Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19931214 Update: 20051220 Accession No: OCLC: 29493597 Provider: OCLC

Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study : summary of procedures and findings / William Vega 1993 English Book 6 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. [Sacramento? : Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 8 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study : summary of procedures and findings / Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. ; California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs.; Office of Perinantal Substance Abuse. Publication: [Sacramento? : Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Year: 1993 Description: 6 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Language: English Series: Publication ;; no. ADP 93-570; Variation: Publication (California. Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs) ;; no. adp93-570. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Drug abuse in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Alcoholism in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology -- California. Alcoholism -- epidemiology -- California. Substance-Related Disorders. Alcoholism. Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects. Pregnancy. Note(s): "Support for this study ... under interagency agreement no. 91-00252."/ "September, 1993." Class Descriptors: GovDoc: A1406.P76 summ.; LC: RG580.D76 Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study, summary of procedures and findings. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19940408 Update: 20051220 Accession No: OCLC: 30108065

Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Statewide perinatal substance exposure study : fact sheet. California. Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse. 1993 English Book 7 p. : map ; 28 cm. [Sacramento? : California Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 6 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Title: Statewide perinatal substance exposure study : fact sheet. Corp Author(s): California. Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse. Publication: [Sacramento? : California Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Year: 1993 Description: 7 p. : map ; 28 cm. Language: English Standard No: Stock no: 93-B1068 SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Drug abuse in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Alcoholism in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Note(s): Caption title./ "PSES2.fac9/5/93." Class Descriptors: GovDoc: A1406 .P76s; LC: RG580.S75 Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19941019 Update: 20051117 Accession No: OCLC: 31314105 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance abuse study, summary of procedures and findings / William Vega 1993 English Book 73 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. [Sacramento, CA : State of California, Health and Welfare Agency, Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 4 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance abuse study, summary of procedures and findings /

Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. Publication: [Sacramento, CA : State of California, Health and Welfare Agency, Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Year: 1993 Description: 73 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Language: English Series: Publication ;; no. ADP 93-570; Variation: Publication (California. Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs) ;; no. ADP 93-571. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology -California. Alcoholism -- epidemiology -- California. Substance-Related Disorders. Alcoholism. Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects. Pregnancy. Note(s): "Support for this study ... under interagency agreement no. 91-00252."/ "September, 1993." Class Descriptors: LC: RG580.D76; NLM: WM 16 P9642 1993 Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study, summary of procedures and findings. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19931214 Update: 20090126 Accession No: OCLC: 29493617 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study summary of procedures and findings / William A Vega 1993 English Book 7 p. : 1 map ; 28 cm. [Sacramento? : California Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 5 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: University of California, Berkeley.16,021California.714,027 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study summary of procedures and findings / Author(s): Vega, William A.

Corp Author(s): University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. ; California.; Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse Programs. ; California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Publication: [Sacramento? : California Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, Year: 1993 Description: 7 p. : 1 map ; 28 cm. Language: English SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Drug abuse in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Alcoholism in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Note(s): "September, 1993." Class Descriptors: GovDoc: A1406.P76 summ. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19931014 Update: 20080121 Accession No: OCLC: 123234851 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study-- scientific report / William Vega 1993 English Dept., Book 105 p. + appendices : ill., maps ; 28 cm. [Sacramento] : The

Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 3 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study-- scientific report / Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. Publication: [Sacramento] : The Dept., Year: 1993 Description: 105 p. + appendices : ill., maps ; 28 cm. Language: English SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology -California. Alcoholism -- epidemiology -- California.

Substance-Related Disorders. Alcoholism. Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects. Pregnancy. Note(s): "September, 1993."/ Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-105). Class Descriptors: LC: RG580.S75; NLM: WM 16 Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study-- general report. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19970611 Update: 20051220 Accession No: OCLC: 37050066 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study-- scientific report, submitted to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health / William Vega 1993 English Book 1 v. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. [Sacramento] : The Dept.,

Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 2 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study-- scientific report, submitted to the State of California, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health / Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. Publication: [Sacramento] : The Dept., Year: 1993 Description: 1 v. : ill., maps ; 28 cm. Language: English Standard No: LCCN: 93-622915 SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Substance abuse in pregnancy -- California -Statistics.

Note(s): "September, 1993."/ Includes bibliographical references. Class Descriptors: LC: RG580.S75 Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study-- scientific report. Responsibility: authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.]. Vendor Info: Baker and Taylor (BTCP) Document Type: Book Entry: 19940124 Update: 20061124 Accession No: OCLC: 41879938 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MDA Maternal Drug Abuse Archive. Sydney L Hans; Ciaran S Phibbs; William A Vega 1999 English Computer File 1 computer laser optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. Los Altos, CA : Sociometrics Corporation, A collection of seven major investigations of maternal health habits, maternal drug abuse, and fetal exposure to illicit drugs. Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 2 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: MDA32Sociometrics Corporation.3 Title: MDA Maternal Drug Abuse Archive. Author(s): Hans, Sydney L. ; Developmental consequences of prenatal exposure to methadone. Phibbs, Ciaran S. ; Neonatal costs of maternal cocaine use. Vega, William A. ; California perinatal substance exposure study, 1992. Corp Author(s): Sociometrics Corporation. ; Maternal Drug Abuse Archive. Publication: Los Altos, CA : Sociometrics Corporation, Year: 1999 Description: 1 computer laser optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. Language: English Series: Social science electronic data library ;; 12; Variation: Social science electronic data library ;; CD-ROM 12. Abstract: A collection of seven major investigations of maternal health habits, maternal drug abuse, and fetal exposure to illicit drugs. Contents: Search and retrieval programs -- CD-ROM manual -- data set no. 01-03. Developmental consequences of prenatal exposure to methadone : Chicago, 1978-1984 / Sydney L. Hans -data set no. 04. The neonatal costs of maternal cocaine use : Harlem Hospital, 1985-1986 / Ciaran S. Phibbs, David A. Bateman and Rachel M. Schwartz -- data set no. 05-06. The 1991 National household survey on drug abuse / Joseph Gfroerer ... [et al.] -- data set no. 07-08. The 1990 National household survey on drug abuse / Joseph Gfroerer ... [et al.] -data set no. 09. Physical and social

development in children exposed prenatally to PCP and cocaine : Project Pride, Los Angeles, 1987-1990 / Judy Howard ... [et al.] -- data set no. 10-12. 19841987 Boston City Hospital Maternal Health Habits Project / Barry Zuckerman ... [et al.] -- data set no. 13. California perinatal substance exposure study, 1992 / William A. Vega. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Pregnant women -- Drug use -- United States -Longitudinal studies -- Databases. Drug abuse in pregnancy -- United States -- Longitudinal studies -- Databases. Fetus -- Effect of drugs on -- United States -- Longitudinal studies -Databases. Infants -- Effect of drugs on -- United States -- Longitudinal studies -Databases. Drug abuse surveys -- United States -- Databases. Genre/Form: CD-ROMs. System Info: System requirements: Windows requirements: 386, 486, or Pentium processor PC; 8MB of RAM; MS Windows 3.1, 95, 98 or Windows NT 3.5.1 or later; CD-ROM drive. Macintosh requirements: 68020 processor or Power Macintosh; 3.5MB of RAM (5MB for Power Macintosh); Apple system software version 7.0 or later; CD-ROM drive. Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view PDF files. Computer File: Electronic numeric and text data and computer programs./ PDF, SAS, SPSS, and ASCII text files. Note(s): Title from disc label. General Info: For use by Binghamton University faculty, staff and students for instructional and research purposes only. Other Titles: Maternal Drug Abuse Archive; 1991 National household survey on drug abuse.; 1990 National household survey on drug abuse.; Physical and social development in children exposed prenatally to PCP and cocaine.; 1984-1987 Boston City Hospital Maternal Health Habits Project. Material Type: CD for computer (cdc) Document Type: Computer File Entry: 19990707 Update: 20020716 Accession No: OCLC: 41665809 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------California perinatal substance exposure study, 1992 William Vega; Evelyn C Peterson; Kathryn L Muller; Elizabeth A McKean; Eric L Lang 2001 English Internet Resource Computer File Los Altos, Calif. : Sociometrics, Access: http://www.socio.com/srch/summary/mda/mda13.htm Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 1 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027Sociometrics Corporation.3 Title: California perinatal substance exposure study, 1992 Author(s): Vega, William. Peterson, Evelyn C. Muller, Kathryn L.

McKean, Elizabeth A. Lang, Eric L. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs.; Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse Programs. ; Sociometrics Corporation. Publication: Los Altos, Calif. : Sociometrics, Year: 2001 Language: English Series: MDA data set ;; no. 10-12; Variation: MDA data set (Online) ;; no. 13. Access: http://www.socio.com/srch/summary/mda/mda13.htm Materials specified: Public summary http://www.socio.com/galemembers/download/mda13.zip Materials specified: Compressed PC version http://www.socio.com/galemembers/download/mda13.tar.gz Materials specified: Compressed UNIX version http://www.socio.com/pdf/readme05.pdf Materials specified: Help file SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Substance abuse in pregnancy -- California -Statistics -- Databases. Fetus -- Effect of drugs on -- California -- Statistics -- Databases. System Info: System requirements: SPSS.; Mode of access: World Wide Web. File Info: Compressed files (Windows or UNIX) of statistical data (SPSS).; 10 files (5.87 MB uncompressed). Note(s): Title from public summary page (viewed Aug. 2, 2007)./ Issued for the Office of Perinatal Substance Abuse, California./ Includes documentation produced by Evelyn C. Peterson, Kathryn L. Muller, Elizabeth A. McKean, Eric L. Lang./ Funding: Data sponsored by State of California Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs Documentation sponsored by National Institute of Drug Abuse/ Grant Number: 91-00252/ 2 R44 DA 07445-02 General Info: Access limited to subscribers. Class Descriptors: LC: RG580.D76 Responsibility: William A. Vega. Material Type: Numeric data (ndt); Internet resource (url) Document Type: Internet Resource; Computer File Date of Entry: 20070803 Update: 20070803 Accession No: OCLC: 162151281 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Predicting perinatal substance exposure using zip code level census data as an ecological proxy for socio-economic status / Brian Karl Finch 1997 English Book leaves ; 28 cm. : Thesis/dissertation/manuscript Archival Material viii, 78

Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 1 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Title: Predicting perinatal substance exposure using zip code level census data as an ecological proxy for socio-economic status /

Author(s): Finch, Brian Karl. Year: 1997 Description: viii, 78 leaves ; 28 cm. Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--San Diego State University, 1997. Language: English SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Drug abuse in pregnancy -- California -- San Diego County -- Forecasting. Alcoholism in pregnancy -- California -- San Diego County -- Forecasting. Zip codes -- California -- San Diego County. Regression analysis. Geographic: San Diego County (Calif.) -- Census, 1990. Note(s): "The data for this study come from a Perinatal Substance Exposure Study commissioned by the State of California's Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs."--Leaf 6./ Includes bibliographical references (leaves 57-58). Class Descriptors: LC: RG580.D76 Other Titles: Perinatal Substance Exposure Study. Responsibility: by Brian Karl Finch. Material Type: Thesis/dissertation (deg); Manuscript (mss) Document Type: Book; Archival Material Date of Entry: 19971015 Update: 20050113 Accession No: OCLC: 37785436 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Maternal drug abuse archive Elizabeth A McKean; Kathryn L Muller; Evelyn Peterson; Joseph Gfroerer; Judy Howard; Barry Zuckerman; Sydney L Hans; Ciaran S Phibbs; William A Vega 1994 English Computer File Book 1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's manual (132 p. ; 28 cm.) + 7 user's guides. Los Altos, CA : Sociometrics Corp., A collection of seven major investigations of maternal health habits, maternal drug abuse, and fetal exposure to illicit drugs. Availability: Check the catalogs in your library. Libraries worldwide that own item: 1 Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: Peterson, Evelyn.2Sociometrics Corporation.3 Title: Maternal drug abuse archive Author(s): McKean, Elizabeth A. Muller, Kathryn L. Peterson, Evelyn. Gfroerer, Joseph. Howard, Judy. Zuckerman, Barry. Hans, Sydney L. ; Developmental consequences of prenatal exposure to methadone. Phibbs, Ciaran S. ; Neonatal costs of maternal cocaine use. Vega, William A. ; California perinatal substance exposure study, 1992. Corp Author(s): Sociometrics Corporation. Publication: Los Altos, CA : Sociometrics Corp., Year: 1994

Description: 1 computer optical disc ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 user's manual (132 p. ; 28 cm.) + 7 user's guides. Language: English Abstract: A collection of seven major investigations of maternal health habits, maternal drug abuse, and fetal exposure to illicit drugs. Contents: data set 01-03. Developmental consequences of prenatal exposure to methadone : Chicago, 1978-1984 / Sydney L. Hans -- data set 04. The neonatal costs of maternal cocaine use : Harlem Hospital, 1985-1986 / Ciaran S. Phibbs, David A. Bateman & Rachel M. Schwartz -- data set 05-06. The 1991 National household survey on drug abuse / Joseph Gfroerer ... [et al.] -- data set 07-08. The 1990 National household survey on drug abuse / Joseph Gfroerer ... [et al.] -- data set 09. Physical & social development in children exposed prenatally to PCP and cocaine : Project Pride, Los Angeles, 1987-1990 / Judy Howard ... [et al.] -- data set 10-12. 1984-1987 Boston City Hospital Maternal Health Habits Project / Barry Zuckerman ... [et al.] -- data set 13. California perinatal substance study, 1992 / William A. Vega. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Pregnant women -- Drug use -- United States -Longitudinal studies -- Databases. Drug abuse in pregnancy -- United States -- Longitudinal studies -- Databases. Fetus -- Effect of drugs on -- United States -- Longitudinal studies -Databases. Infants -- Effect of drugs on -- United States -- Longitudinal studies -Databases. Drug abuse surveys -- United States -- Databases. Genre/Form: CD-ROM. System Info: System requirements: IBM PC or compatible; 640 K RAM; Buffers=5, Files=20 in CONFIG. SYS file; MS-DOS or PC-DOS version 3.3 or above; search & retrieval/Data extract software (included); hard disk with a minimum of 10MB of disk space; CD-ROM drive capable of reading CD-ROMs in ISO 9660 format; monochrome or color monitor. File Info: Computer data and programs. Note(s): Title from disc label./ User's manual prepared by: Elizabeth McKean, Kathryn Muller, Evelyn Peterson. Class Descriptors: LC: HV5824.W6 Other Titles: Also known as:; MDA; Title on user's manual:; Maternal drug abuse (MDA) data & instrument archive; Maternal drug abuse data & instrument archive; National household survey on drug abuse (1990-1991); Physical & social development in children exposed prenatally to PCP and cocaine.; Boston City Hospital Maternal Health Habits Project (1984-1987) Material Type: CD for computer (cdc) Document Type: Computer File; Book Date of Entry: 19950223 Update: 20071031 Accession No: OCLC: 82377064 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study : summary of procedures and findings / William Vega

1993 English Book 73 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. [Sacramento, CA : State of California, Health and Welfare Agency, Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Availability: Search the catalog at Portland State University Library External Resources: Cite This Item Find Items About: California.714,027University of California, Berkeley.16,021 Title: Profile of alcohol and drug use during pregnancy in California, 1992 : perinatal substance exposure study : summary of procedures and findings / Author(s): Vega, William. Corp Author(s): California.; Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs. ; University of California, Berkeley.; School of Public Health. ; Western Consortium for Public Health. Publication: [Sacramento, CA : State of California, Health and Welfare Agency, Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Year: 1993 Description: 73 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Language: English Series: Publication ;; no. ADP 93-570; Variation: Publication (California. Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Programs) ;; no. adp93-570. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Drug abuse in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Alcoholism in pregnancy -- California -- Statistics. Note(s): "Support for this study ... under interagency agreement no. 91-00252."/ "September, 1993." Other Titles: Perinatal substance exposure study, summary of procedures and findings. Responsibility: submitted to the State of California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs by University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health and the Western Consortium for Public Health ; authored by William A. Vega ... [et al.] Material Type: Government publication (gpb); State or province government publication (sgp) Document Type: Book Entry: 19940308 Update: 20070421 Accession No: OCLC: 123379571 Provider: OCLC Database: WorldCat ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


								
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