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Teratogens: phocomelia

Thalidomide (used to be sedative used in pregnancy)

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Teratogens: Yellow/brown teeth

Tetracyclines

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Teratogens: Deafness

Aminoglycosides

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Teratogens: Spina bifida & hypospadias

Valproic acid

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Teratogens: Cardiac epstein anomaly

Lithium

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Teratogens: Craniofacial abnormalities, growth retardation, CNS malformations, stillbirth

Warfarin

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Teratogens: Fingernail hypoplasia, Craniofacial defects, neural tube defects

Carbamazepine

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Teratogens: CNS problems (hydrocephalus), craniofacial, ear, & cardiovascular defects

Isotretinoin (or other Vitamin A excess)

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Teratogens: goiter, cretinism

Iodine/Iodide

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Teratogens: cerebral infarcts/hemorrhages & mental retardation

Cocaine

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Teratogens: clear cell adenocarcinoma of vagina, cervical incompetence

DES

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Types of Spontaneous Abortion: intrauterine pregnancy on sono, w/ vaginal bleeding,

Threatened abortion

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Types of Spontaneous Abortion: Nonviable uterine pregnancy, open os, nothing passed yet

Inevitable abortion

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Types of Spontaneous Abortion: Nonviable uterine pregnancy, closed os, nothing passed yet

Missed abortion

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Types of Spontaneous Abortion: open os, tissue at or beyond cervical os, some but not all products of conception passed

Incomplete abortion

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Types of Spontaneous Abortion: open os, all products of conception have passed

Complete abortion

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Indications for GBS ppx

GBS on vaginal/rectal culture in last 4 wks; Regardless of culture shows - GBS bacteuria in current pregnancy, hx of early onset GBS in prior infant, signs of infx (intrapartum fever, prolonged ROM, preterm labor)

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Congenital infx: initially asx, later develops unilateral hearing loss

CMV

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Congenital infx: hydrocephalus, chorioretinitis, intracranial calcifications

Toxoplasmosis (could also be CMV)

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Congenital infx: rash, deafness, cataracts

Rubella

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Congenital infx: hearing loss, chorioretinitis, intracranial calcifications

CMV

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Congenital infx: PDA, pulmonary artery stenosis

Rubella

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Congenital infx: anemia, blood tinged nasal secretions (i.e., snuffles), hepatosplenomegaly

Syphilis

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Congenital infx: temporal lobe encephalitis

HSV

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First line tx hyperemesis gravidarum

B6, doxylamine, hydration

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