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Psychotropic drugs: Lithium

Motherisk Research

  • Ther Drug Monit. 25: 364-6, 2003.
    Moretti ME, Koren G, Verjee Z, Ito S: Monitoring lithium in breast milk: an individualized approach for breast-feeding mothers.
  • Lancet 339: 530-533, 1992.
    Jacobson SJ, Jones K, Johnson K, Donnenfeld AE, Rieder M, Kaur P, Crolin L, Santelli R, Smythe J, Pastuszak A, Einarson T, Koren G: A prospective multicenter study of pregnancy outcome following lithium exposure during the first trimester of pregnancy.
  • Koren G et al: The safety of antidepressants in pregnancy. Koren G (ed): In: Maternal Fetal Toxicology, 2nd edition, Marcel Dekker, NY 56-76, 1994.
  • Lancet 339:869, 1992. No abstract available.
    Koren G: Lithium and pregnancy.
  • Am J Cardiol, 817-818, 1990. No abstract available.
    Zalstein E, Koren G, Einarson, T, Freedom R: A case control study on the association between Ebstein anomaly and lithium exposure in pregnancy.
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