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Opioid-Use Disorders in Pregnancy

Opioid-Use Disorders in Pregnancy

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Tricia E. Wright, Jacqueline Starrer, Carl Christenson, Alexis S. Hammond, Margaret S. Chisolm, Soraya Asadi, Rich Soper, Hendree Jones, Kaylin A. Klie , Lauren Owens, Mishka Terplan, Charles Schauberger, Hendree Jones, Lawrence Leeman, Jacqueline Starer, Marjorie Meyer, Elizabeth E. Krans, Sebastian T. Tong, Karol Kaltenbach, Loretta Finnegan, Lauren M. Jansson, Stephen W. Patrick
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  • Publication planned for: July 2018
  • availability: Not yet published - available from July 2018
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108400985

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  • This book will help readers gain vital guidance and support when treating the high-risk, high-reward population of women confronting (or battling) opioid-use disorders during pregnancy. Large numbers of pregnant women are dependent on opioids and require comprehensive non-judgemental care to replace traditional approaches of incarceration and child welfare involvement that worsen outcomes for both mother and infant. Invaluable and comprehensive, this toolkit provides the key to non-judgemental care for both mother and baby, throughout labor, delivery management and postpartum care. It bridges the important treatment gap through evidence-based, caring approach; standardizing exceptional care, for obstetricians, pediatricians, addictionists, and anyone caring for pregnant women with opioid-use disorders. Edited by a Board-certified expert in obstetrics, gynecology and addiction medicine, and a team of internationally-acclaimed leaders in women's health, this guide provides high-quality advice, guidelines and vital skills to tackle a currently expanding opioid epidemic.

    • Addresses the challenges of opioid-specific addiction in pregnant women
    • Tackles a timely subject manner, providing readers with current management guidelines for this challenging patient population and growing epidemic.
    • Comprehensive guidance to caring for both mother and baby in high-risk situations, measured against traditional methods
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    • Publication planned for: July 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108400985
    • dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from July 2018
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Substance Use Disorders in Women and Pregnancy:
    1. The opioid epidemic and pregnant women Tricia E. Wright
    2. Screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment for opioid use disorders in pregnancy Tricia E. Wright
    3. Substance use assessment during pregnancy Jacqueline Starrer and Carl Christenson
    4. Co-occurring mental health conditions in pregnant women with opioid use disorders Alexis S. Hammond and Margaret S. Chisolm
    5. Trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder in women with opioid use disorder in pregnancy Soraya Asadi
    6. Intimate partner violence, pregnancy and substance use disorder Rich Soper and Hendree Jones
    7. Medical comorbidities in women with opioid-use disorders in pregnancy Kaylin A. Klie
    8. Harm reduction principles in women with opioid use disorder in pregnancy Lauren Owens and Mishka Terplan
    Part II. Antepartum and Intrapartum Care:
    9. Prenatal care in substance-using pregnant women Charles Schauberger
    10. Treatment approaches in women with substance use disorders who become pregnant Hendree Jones
    11. Medication assisted treatment for opioid use disorder during pregnancy Lawrence Leeman and Jacqueline Starer
    12. Labor and delivery management in women with substance use disorder Marjorie Meyer and Tricia Wright
    Part III. Postpartum:
    13. Postpartum care for women with substance use disorders Elizabeth E. Krans, Sebastian T. Tong and Mishka Terplan
    Part IV. The Newborn:
    14. Neonatal abstinence syndrome Karol Kaltenbach and Loretta Finnegan
    15. Breastfeeding and the substance-exposed dyad Lauren M. Jansson and Stephen W. Patrick.

  • Editor

    Tricia Wright, University of Hawaii
    Tricia E. Wright is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health at the University of Hawaii, and founder of Waikiki Health PATH Clinic, providing addiction care for women. She is also past President of the Women's Action Group of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and the Chair of the Opioids Task Force, for the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She has authored multiple research papers on women with substance use disorders.

    Contributors

    Tricia E. Wright, Jacqueline Starrer, Carl Christenson, Alexis S. Hammond, Margaret S. Chisolm, Soraya Asadi, Rich Soper, Hendree Jones, Kaylin A. Klie , Lauren Owens, Mishka Terplan, Charles Schauberger, Hendree Jones, Lawrence Leeman, Jacqueline Starer, Marjorie Meyer, Elizabeth E. Krans, Sebastian T. Tong, Karol Kaltenbach, Loretta Finnegan, Lauren M. Jansson, Stephen W. Patrick

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