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Study Title and Description

A prospective, naturalistic, blinded study of early neurobehavioral outcomes for infants following prenatal antidepressant exposure.



Key Questions Addressed
1 Among pregnant and postpartum women, what is the effectiveness of pharmacologic interventions on maternal outcomes 1a. Among those with a new or preexisting anxiety disorder? 1b. Among those with a new or preexisting depressive disorder? 1c. Among those with a new or preexisting bipolar disorder? 1d. Among those with new or preexisting schizophrenia?
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2 Among pregnant and postpartum women, what is the comparative effectiveness of pharmacologic interventions on maternal outcomes 2a. Among those with a new or preexisting anxiety disorder? 2b. Among those with a new or preexisting depressive disorder? 2c. Among those with a new or preexisting bipolar disorder? 2d. Among those with new or preexisting schizophrenia?
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3 Among reproductive-aged women with any mental health disorder, what are the maternal and fetal harms associated with pharmacologic interventions for a mental health disorder during preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum?
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4 Among reproductive-aged women with any mental health disorder, what are the comparative maternal and fetal harms of pharmacologic interventions for a mental health disorder during preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum?
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Title A prospective, naturalistic, blinded study of early neurobehavioral outcomes for infants following prenatal antidepressant exposure.
Author Suri R., Hellemann G., Stowe ZN., Cohen LS., Aquino A., Altshuler LL.
Country Department of Psychiatry, UCLA Mood Disorders Research Program, 300 Medical Plaza, Ste 1544, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA. rsuri@mednet.ucla.edu
Year 2011
Numbers Pubmed ID: 21672498

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