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Spohr, Hans-Ludwig

Das Fetale Alkoholsyndrom

Im Kindes- und Erwachsenenalter

[Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Alcohol, Pregnancy, and Risks for the Developing Child]

In collab. with Wolter, Heike

With contrib. by Becker, Gela / Heinen, Florian / Landgraf, Mirjam / Nagel, Manuela / Siedentopf, Jan-Peter / Wagner, Jessica

    84,95 € / $119.00 / £77.00*

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    Publication Date:
    December 2013
    Copyright year:
    2014
    ISBN
    978-3-11-028789-9
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    Overview

    • First comprehensive book about the fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) in the German language
    • Includes guidelines and case studies
    • Useful for doctors, midwives, workers in child protection agencies, parents and foster parents

    Aims and Scope

    The harmful consequences of alcoholism for the unborn child are still largely unknown. This book presents a detailed description of fetal alcohol syndrome as well as fetal alcohol spectrum disorders with respect to their clinical presentation, diagnosis, epidemiology, and pathogenesis. It also includes detailed considerations of underlying psychopathology, prevention, and therapy as well as the social consequences and impacts to patients.

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    Details

    Approx. xiv, 315 pages
    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Monograph
    Keyword(s):
    Alcohol in pregnancy, FAS, FASD, child development, addiction
    Readership:
    Primary care physicians, pediatricians, midwives, workers in child protection/employment agencies, parents and foster parents

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    Reviews

    "Das Buch ist insbesondere für den Ausbildungsbetrieb sehr zu empfehlen,
    aber auch für Hebammen und Arztlnnen, die im niedergelassenen Bereich arbeiten. Deutlich wird, wie viel in der Prävention und Betreuung noch zu tun ist."
    Bianca Keller in: Deutsche Hebammenzeitschrift 1/2015

    “Dieses erste ausführliche Buch über das fetale Alkoholsyndrom [...] informiert nicht nur über den aktuellen wissenschaftlichen stand, sondern unterstützt auch den Allgemeinarzt und vor allem den Kinder- und Jugendarzt in der Praxis.”
    Franz Krösselhuber in: Österreichisches Ärzteblatt, S.40, 10/2014

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