Tobacco, alcohol, and drug use in childbearing families by Margaret H. Kearney

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Published by Education & Health Promotion, March of Dimes in White Plains, NY .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Pregnant women -- Drug use,
  • Pregnant women -- Alcohol use,
  • Pregnant women -- Tobacco use,
  • Drug abuse in pregnancy,
  • Alcoholism in pregnancy,
  • Fetus -- Effect of drugs on,
  • Fetus -- Effect of tobacco on,
  • Maternal-Child Nursing,
  • Fetal Diseases -- etiology -- Nurses" Instruction,
  • Fetal Diseases -- etiology -- Programmed Instruction,
  • Pregnancy,
  • Substance-Related Disorders -- Nurses" Instruction,
  • Substance-Related Disorders -- Programmed Instruction

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementMargaret H. Kearney ; editor, Rita Reis Wieczorek ; consulting editor, Margaret Comerford Freda.
GenreNurses" Instruction, Programmed Instruction
SeriesMarch of Dimes nursing modules
ContributionsWieczorek, Rita Reis., Freda, Margaret Comerford., March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. Education & Health Promotion Dept.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRG580.S75 K43 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23673304M
ISBN 109780865251205
LC Control Number2007025723
OCLC/WorldCa145940037

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