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Alcoholgebruik en zwangerschap: prevalentie, risico’s en beweegredenen

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posted on 2023-06-13, 01:17 authored by Daan Sartorius, Koen SmitKoen Smit, Carmen Voogt

Dutch language article.

Title in English:  Alcohol use and pregnancy: prevalence, risks, and rationale 

Abstract in English:  Alcohol consumption during pregnancy can have negative consequences for the (un)born child. The advice for women who want to become pregnant, are pregnant or are breastfeeding is therefore not to drink alcohol – the ‘zero standard’. This article discusses how common alcohol consumption is around pregnancy, risks of alcohol consumption before, during and after pregnancy, and factors associated with alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Finally, it is discussed how (birth care) professionals can apply this knowledge. 

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Publication Date

2022-05-01

Journal

TSG - Tijdschrift voor gezondheidswetenschappen

Volume

100

Issue

S2

Pagination

4p. (p. 85-88)

Publisher

Springer

ISSN

1876-8776

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