Presented by: Janis Romanik, DO, Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center
The goals of this session are to discuss issues pertaining to substance use disorder during pregnancy, including the unique considerations and common characteristics seen in pregnant patients with a substance use disorder. This includes understanding both maternal and fetal risks of substance use disorder during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Discussions will include maternal and fetal risks of substance use disorders including alcohol, tobacco, cannabis, and opioids. It will review the neonatal long-term developmental consequences of perinatal substance use disorder and current available treatment options. It includes a review of medications for opioid use disorder in the management of pregnant patients with opioid use disorders.