Despite the many benefits, the extensive use of chemicals and pharmaceutical products in agriculture, energy production, transportation, pharmaceuticals and other products can result in the inadvertent exposure of the fetus and the neonate. This text reviews the current knowledge of the pharmacokinetic characteristics, metabolism and renal handling of chemical and drugs in the fetus, lactating infant and newborn and goes on to deal with the fetus and the manner in which chemicals can affect the outcome of the newborn.Pitkin, R. M., Bahns, J. A., Filer, I.J., and Reynolds, W. A. 1976. Mercury in human maternal and cord blood, placenta, and milk. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med 151:565- 567. Pluim, H. J., de Vijlder, J. M. M., Olie, K., Kok, J. H., Vulsma, T., van Tijn, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Environmental Toxicology And Pharmacology Of Human Development|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1997-03-10|