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Exposición a una Substancia y los Bebés

Exposición a una Substancia y los Bebés

Durante la gestación, casi todas las substancias que ingiere una mujer pasan, a través de la placenta, de su torrente sanguíneo al feto. Por consiguiente, todas las substancias que generan dependencia y adicción a las drogas en la madre también lo hacen en el feto.

Los bebés afectados por el abuso de substancias de las madres necesitan cuidados médicos por parte de un profesional de la salud. En el directorio que aparece a continuación encontrará información adicional acerca del abuso de substancias, para el cual le proveemos una breve descripción.

El Síndrome de Abstinencia Neonatal

El Síndrome de Alcoholismo Fetal (SAF)

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