MDs urged to pursue alcohol screening of pregnant ...

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Title MDs urged to pursue alcohol screening of pregnant patients
Author(s) David A. Milne
Journal CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal
Date 2003
Volume 168
Issue 6
Start page 756
End page 756
Abstract Reports that a U.S. study determined that screening for harmful alcohol use during pregnancy is feasible in busy obstetrical clinics and acceptable to women. Specifics of the study, which appeared in 'Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research'; Percent of women in the survey who still drank occasionally; Percent of drinkers who said their obstetrician warned them about drinking alcohol while pregnant.; Reports that a U.S. study determined that screening for harmful alcohol use during pregnancy is feasible in busy obstetrical clinics and acceptable to women. Specifics of the study, which appeared in 'Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research'; Percent of women in the survey who still drank occasionally; Percent of drinkers who said their obstetrician warned them about drinking alcohol while pregnant.

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