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Von Neuem: Valproat-haltige Arzneimittel und Schwangerschaft

10. Februar 2018 – Der Ausschuss für Risikobewertung (PRAC) der Europäischen Arzneimittelagentur (EMA) empfiehlt neue Einschränkungen, um eine Valproat-Exposition ungeborener Kinder im Mutterleib zu vermeiden; Eine

Valproat-Exposition ungeborener Kinder kann zu angeborenen Missbildungen und Entwicklungsstörungen führen.

Der PRAC untersuchte die zur Verfügung stehenden Daten und beriet sich umfassend mit Angehörigen der Heilberufe sowie Frauen und deren Kindern,

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