May 01, 2008
Perinatal Substance Abuse: Drug Dependence, Motherhood, and the Newborn

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
In its 1992–1993 National Pregnancy and Health Survey, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (1996) used cross-sectional analysis to estimate the incidence of maternal drug use during pregnancy. Which illicit drug was most commonly used?
There are approximately 15,000 children in the United States who have contracted HIV. What percentage contracted the virus from their mothers during pregnancy or birth?
Signs of neonatal abstinence syndrome from opiates include central nervous signs, gastrointestinal signs, respiratory signs, and autonomic nervous signs. Which of the following is not a common central nervous sign?