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Fetal alcohol exposure [videorecording] : changing the future / by Johnson, Bill,1952-(SAGE)1984591; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
DVD.Not rated.Public performance rights included.
Subjects: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders; Children of prenatal alcohol abuse.; Alcoholism in pregnancy;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Parenting A Child Affected By Parental Substance Misuse [electronic resource]. by Forrester, Donald.(DLC)1603134;
Contents ; Introduction ; Section 1 Understanding drug and alcohol misuse and its effects on children ; 1 Use, misuse, addiction and recovery ; 2 The impact of maternal substance misuse in pregnancy ; 3 Implications for carers and professionals ; Section II Parenting children affected by parental substance misuse ; Introduction ; Foetal Alcohol Syndrome? ; Parenting the children of drug users ; References ; Useful organisations
Subjects: Electronic books.; Children of drug addicts; Parents -- Substance use.;
© 2011., BAAF,
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Genetic testing [electronic resource (video)] / by Dartmouth/Hitchcock Medical Center.(SAGE)1826754; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Genetic Defects (3:10) -- Genetic Disease: PKU (3:31) -- Rare Genetic Disorders (3:26) -- Ultrasound Testing/Amniocentesis (2:56) -- Down Syndrome (4:16) -- Disabled Children: Foster Care and Adoption (4:43) -- Importance of Pre-Natal Diagnosis (2:46)This program from The Doctor Is In demonstrates amniocentesis and ultrasound; outlines the advantages of knowing in advance that certain medical procedures are required to save a newborn, and the burden on parents of having to decide whether to terminate a pregnancy; and shows the advantages of avoiding cigarettes and alcohol during pregnancy.12 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Genetics; Heredity, Human; Human reproduction; Reproductive health;
© [2009], c1990., Films Media Group,
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Alcohol Information for Teens, 5th Ed. by Hayes, Kevin.;
Intro -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Part 1-An Overview of Alcohol Use and Abuse -- Chapter 1-Alcohol Use - An Overview -- Chapter 2-U.S. Alcohol Facts and Statistics -- Chapter 3-Alcohol-Use Disorder - An Overview -- Chapter 4-How Much Is Too Much? -- Chapter 5-Binge Drinking - A Public-Health Problem -- Chapter 6-Alcohol Overdose -- Chapter 7-Simultaneous Polydrug Use -- Chapter 8-Problems of Mixing Caffeine with Alcohol -- Chapter 9-Alcohol Use among Women and Girls -- Chapter 10-Alcohol Consumption and Dietary Guidelines -- Chapter 11-Frequently Asked Questions about Alcohol -- Part 2-Underage Drinking -- Chapter 12-Minimum Legal Drinking Age and Public Health -- Chapter 13-Underage Drinking in America -- Chapter 14-Factors Contributing to Underage Drinking -- Chapter 15-Peer Pressure and Underage Drinking -- Chapter 16-Consequences of Underage Drinking -- Chapter 17-Legal Issues of Alcohol -- Part 3-Alcohol's Physical Effects -- Chapter 18-Understanding Alcohol's Impact on Your Health -- Chapter 19-Blood Alcohol Concentration and Its Effects -- Chapter 20-Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease -- Chapter 21-Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis -- Chapter 22-Alcohol-Associated Brain Damage -- Chapter 23-Alcohol on Cognition -- Chapter 24-Later Effects of Alcohol on Bone Health -- Chapter 25-Alcohol Use and Cancer Risk -- Chapter 26-Alcohol and Pregnancy -- Chapter 27-Alcohol and COVID-19 -- Part 4-Mental Health and Behavioral Risks Associated with Alcohol -- Chapter 28-Alcohol and Mental Health -- Chapter 29-Alcohol Withdrawal and Delirium Tremens -- Chapter 30-Alcohol Use and Addiction -- Chapter 31-Alcohol and Suicide Risk -- Chapter 32-Alcohol and Hangover -- Chapter 33-Teen Dating Violence -- Chapter 34-Alcohol and Date Rape Drugs -- Chapter 35-Alcohol and Sexual Risk Behaviors -- Chapter 36-Alcohol Impaired Driving.Part 5-Alcoholism, Treatment, and Recovery -- Chapter 37-Rethinking Drinking? -- Chapter 38-Preventing Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism -- Chapter 39-Treatment for Alcohol Problems -- Chapter 40-The First 30 Days: Moving On -- Part 6-Alcoholism and Family -- Chapter 41-Parental Alcohol Use and Its Effects on Children -- Chapter 42-Influence of Parenting Styles -- Chapter 43-A Family History of Alcoholism: Are You at Risk? -- Chapter 44-What to Do If a Family Member Abuses Alcohol -- Part 7-If You Need More Information -- Chapter 45-Alcohol Treatment and Recovery Resources -- Chapter 46-Organizations Providing Information about Alcohol and Substance Abuse -- Index.Consumer health information for teens on effects of alcohol use on adolescents, treatment of addictions, and alcoholism in families.  Includes index, resource information and recommendations for further reading.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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ABC of Alcohol [electronic resource]. by McCune, Anne.;
Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Preface to the fourth edition; Preface to fifth edition; Chapter 1 Alcohol use: Consumption and costs; Patterns of consumption; Baby boomer boozers; Alcohol and low- and middle-income countries; Morbidity and mortality; Burdens and costs; Further reading; Chapter 2 Alcohol use: Society and politics; Crime and disorder; Domestic violence and rape; On the road; Children and families; The politics and policy of alcohol; Can public policy curb our alcohol problem?; Cafe culture - a dream not realised; Minimum pricing and the multi-buy'Oh demon alcohol'Further reading; Chapter 3 Alcohol in the body; Metabolism of alcohol; Behavioural effects; Further reading; Chapter 4 Definitions; Alcohol; Alcohol content; Sensible drinking; Alcohol misuse; Further reading; Chapter 5 The nature of alcohol use disorders; The spectrum of alcohol use and alcohol use disorders; Understanding alcohol use disorders: The three-dimensional approach; Definitions and criteria of alcohol use disorders; Alcohol intoxication; Hazardous or 'risky' alcohol consumption; Harmful alcohol use; Alcohol dependence; Alcohol withdrawal syndromePractical implications of the diagnosesDSM-5 alcohol use disorder; The neurobiology of alcohol dependence; Causes and influences on the development of alcohol use disorders; The consequences of alcohol use disorders; Relationship between alcohol use disorders and consumption; Conclusions; Further reading; Chapter 6 The detection of alcohol use disorders; Making the enquiry; Assessment; Detection in practice; The AUDIT; Interpreting the AUDIT; The broader value of the AUDIT; Briefer questionnaires; Embracing modern technologies; The difficult patient; Specialised questionnairesPhysical examinationLaboratory tests; Alcohol as its own marker; Conclusions; Further reading; Chapter 7 Medical problems; Spotting the problem drinker; Signs; Morbidity; Mortality; Is moderate drinking good for the heart?; Further reading; Chapter 8 Problems in the Emergency Department - and their solutions; Role of the emergency department; Detection in the ED; Clinical presentation and resuscitation; Airway; Breathing; Circulation; Withdrawal symptoms; Alcohol and trauma; Falls; Domestic violence; Road traffic accidents; Alcohol and mult-disciplinary team working in the ED; Further readingChapter 9 Alcohol and the young personEpidemiology of alcohol and the young person; Alcohol policy and young people; Alcohol and pregnancy; Early drinking and the young brain; Parental influence on young people's drinking; Parental alcohol misuse; Domestic violence; Safeguarding children and child protection; Risk behaviours and personal safety; Education and schooling; Assessment and referral of children and young people identified as having an alcohol problem; Advice from the chief medical officer; Further reading; Chapter 10 Alcohol and the older person; EpidemiologyPresentation and screening in older people The misuse of alcohol presents both individual physical and psychological problems as well as wider social consequences. Alcohol misuse is a frequent cause of attendance in accident and emergency departments and an underlying factor in a range of long term and chronic conditions commonly treated and managed within primary care settings. This expanded fifth edition includes new chapters on alcohol and the young person, alcohol related liver disease, neurological problems, alcohol and the older person, alcohol and cancer, and the alcohol nurse specialist. There is also improved coverage of the
Subjects: Electronic books.; Alcohol -- Physiological effect.; Alcoholism and crime; Alcoholism;
© 2015., Wiley,
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Fetal alcohol exposure [electronic resource (video)] : changing the future / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Addictions During Pregnancy (3:05) -- Alcohol's Impact on the Fetus (3:07) -- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Symptoms (1:45) -- Mental Retardation Caused by FAS (3:42) -- Learning Disabilities Caused by FAS (2:17) -- Loss of Habituation (4:46) -- Sequential Thinking Problems (2:24) -- FAS in Adulthood (4:02) -- Preventing FASD (2:53)How are fetal alcohol spectrum disorders diagnosed? What are the primary and secondary disabilities associated with FASD? And-most important of all-what is the human cost? This program addresses these questions through the firsthand experiences of Ann Streissguth, director of the University of Washington's Fetal Alcohol and Drug Unit; Kathy Mitchell, vice president of NOFAS; Erica Lara, who works at a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility designed especially for women with young children; and Erica Gitis-Miles, a college student who has FASD. The in utero effects of alcohol are considered as well, as are the facial, bodily, neurological, cognitive, and behavioral characteristics of FASD.9 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Alcohol abuse; Fetal alcohol syndrome.; Children of prenatal alcohol abuse.; Developmental disorders.; Fetus; Substance abuse;
© [2006], c2006., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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A Healthy You Video Clip Collection [electronic resource (video)] : Pregnancy and Lifestyle Health / HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis / by Astral Studios.; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Pregnancy (3:22) -- Alcoholism (3:19) -- Smoking (3:47) -- HIV & AIDS (3:41) -- Living with HIV/AIDS (3:20) -- Tuberculosis (TB) (3:23) -- Credits: A Healthy You Video Clip Collection: Pregnancy and Lifestyle Health / HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis (0:30)From the joys of pregnancy to the dangers of substance abuse and the threat of infectious diseases, this collection of six video clips explores a variety of health and lifestyle issues. Topics include maternal-fetal health, facts on alcoholism, the long-term impact of cigarette smoking, a basic medical explanation of HIV and AIDS, the realities of living with those diseases, and a 21st-century look at tuberculosis. Each clip averages four minutes in length. Video clips include: Pregnancy: From conception to birth, pregnancy is a mysterious and wonderful part of human development. Expectant parents-both mothers and fathers-have an opportunity to bond with each other, as well as with their baby, when they take part in this amazing experience. Alcoholism: In many parts of the world, drinking alcoholic beverages is a normal part of cultural celebrations, communal gatherings, and business dealings. Nevertheless, the consumption of alcohol in excess carries health risks as well.9 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Childbirth; Communicable diseases; Diagnosis; Diseases; Epidemiology; HIV infections; Lifestyles; Medicine, Preventive; Pregnancy.; Preventive health services.; Quality of life.; Self-care, Health; Substance abuse;
© [2013], c2010., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Nutrition and Medical Practice. by Barness, Lewis A.; Coble, Yank D.; Christakis, George.;
Foreword -- Acknowledgement -- Dedication -- Contributors -- Contents -- INTRODUCTION -- HOW TO MAKE A NUTRITIONAL DIAGNOSIS: A. ADULT NUTRITIONAL DIAGNOSIS -- HOW TO MAKE A NUTRITIONAL DIAGNOSIS:B. PEDIATRIC NUTRITIONAL DIAGNOSIS -- REVOLUTION IN OBSTETRICS: NUTRITION IN PREGNANCY -- NUTRITIONAL CONCEPTS IN THE TREATMENT OF CANCER -- HOME MANAGEMENT OF NUTRITION FOR PATIENTS RECEIVING CANCER THERAPY -- NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT A GUIDE TO DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF THE HYPERMETABOLIC PATIENT -- DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS -- TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION -- NUTRITION AND ORAL HEALTH -- NUTRITION AND CHILDHOOD DIABETES -- NUTRITION: JOINT RESPONSIBILITY OF AGRICULTURE AND MEDICINE -- MEETING RECOMMENDED DIETARY ALLOWANCES -- DRUG-DIET INTERACTIONS -- DIETETIC SUPPORT OF MEDICAL PRACTICE -- NUTRITIONAL CARE OF THE PATIENT IN OFFICE PRACTICE -- PEDIATRIC NUTRITIONAL DETERMINANTS OF CHRONIC DISEASES -- FEEDING CHILDREN -- THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM: ITS PAST, ITS PROBLEMS, ITS PROMISE -- THE WIG PROGRAM:TYING SUPPLEMENTAL FOODS TO NUTRITIONAL NEEDS -- PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE PRACTICING PHYSICIAN PARTNERS IN COMMUNITY NUTRITION -- ALCOHOL, MALNUTRITION AND LIVER DISEASE -- HYPERACTIVITY AND THE FOOD-ADDITIVE FREE DIET -- FOOD ADDITIVES -- MIAMI MULTIPLE RISK FACTOR INTERVENTION TRIAL (MRFIT) -- THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS -- NUTRITIONAL ANEMIAS -- NUTRITION IN RENAL FAILURE -- NUTRITION AND FOOD SELECTION -- NUTRITIONAL ASPECTS OF OBESITY -- FACTS AND FICTIONS ABOUT MEGAVITAMIN THERAPY -- NUTRITION REFERENCES FOR YOU AND YOUR PATIENT -- NUTRITION QUIZ -- Appendix A NUTRITION AND PHYSICAL FITNESS -- Appendix B -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Nutrition;
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Fetal abuse [electronic resource (video)] : effects of drugs and alcohol / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Meridian Education Corporation(SAGE)1796967;
Risks of Drug Use During Pregnancy (2:05) -- Traits of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (1:30) -- Effects of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (5:07) -- Narcotics and HIV During Pregnancy (3:12) -- Helping Victims of Fetal Abuse (4:27)Children born to mothers with substance abuse problems frequently suffer severe physical, cognitive, and behavioral abnormalities. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) occurs when pregnant women drink during pregnancy and may result in babies who have problems with the central nervous system, facial irregularities, joint and limb abnormalities, heart defects, mental retardation, and behavioral problems. Mothers who use drugs during pregnancy have babies who are addicted at birth, have increased risk of learning disabilities, and delayed motor, speech, and language development. The vital importance of being drug- and alcohol-free before and during pregnancy is stressed.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Alcohol abuse; Drug abuse; Children of prenatal alcohol abuse.; Fetal alcohol syndrome.; Substance abuse;
© [2005], c1997., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Oxford Handbook of Midwifery [electronic resource]. by Medforth, Janet.(DLC)1588106; Battersby, Sue.; Evans, Maggie.;
Cover; Contents; Contributor; Symbols and abbreviations; Part 1 Introduction; 1 Introduction; Definition of a midwife; Role of the midwife; Principles for record keeping; Statutory midwifery supervision; Role of supervisor of midwives; Role of the LSA and LSA midwifery officer; Drug administration in midwifery; 2 Pre-conception care; Taking a menstrual history; Nutrition; Lifestyle; Medical conditions; 3 Sexual health; Bacterial vaginosis; Candidiasis; Chlamydia; Genital warts; Gonorrhoea; Hepatitis B; Hepatitis C; Herpes simplex virus; Syphilis; Vaginal infections; 4 Antenatal careConfirmation of pregnancyAdaptation to pregnancy; Blood values in pregnancy; The booking interview; Taking a sexual history; Principles of antenatal screening; Screening for risk in pregnancy; Antenatal screening; Screening for syphilis; HIV screening; The full blood count; ABO blood group and rhesus factor: anti-D prophylaxis for the Rh-negative mother; Screening for Down's syndrome risk; Group B haemolytic streptococcus; Sickle cell anaemia; Thalassaemia; Antenatal examination; Abdominal examination; Monitoring fetal growth and well-being; 5 Health advice in pregnancy; Smoking; AlcoholNutrition during pregnancyWeight gain in pregnancy and body mass index; Food safety; Folic acid; Iron; Peanut allergy; Exercise; Employment; Sexuality during pregnancy and beyond; Dealing with disability during pregnancy and beyond; 6 Minor disorders of pregnancy; Introduction; Backache; Constipation; Frequency of micturition; Indigestion and heartburn; Nausea and vomiting; Varicose veins and haemorrhoids; 7 Helping women cope with pregnancy: complementary therapies; Introduction; Homoeopathy; Aromatherapy; Bach flower remedies; Reflexology; Oriental medicine; Yoga; Herbal medicine8 The need for social supportSocial support; Screening for domestic abuse; Recognition of sexual abuse; Management of substance misuse; Preparing the parents for birth; The birth plan; Preparation for infant feeding; 9 Recognizing and managing pregnancy complications; Bleeding in early pregnancy; Antepartum haemorrhage; Breech presentation; Hyperemesis; Infections; Intrauterine growth restriction; Multiple pregnancy; Obstetric cholestasis; Pregnancy-induced hypertension; The impact of obesity during pregnancy and beyond; 10 Medical conditions during pregnancy; Asthma; Cardiac conditionsDiabetesEpilepsy; Thromboembolic disorders; Principles of thromboprophylaxis; Thyroid disorders; Renal conditions; Part 2 Normal labour; 11 Normal labour: first stage; Physiology of the first stage of labour; Diagnosis of onset of labour; Support for women in labour; High- and low-risk labour; Principles of care for low-risk women; Principles of care in the first stage of labour; Home birth; Hospital birth; Water birth; Mobility and positioning in labour; Nutrition in labour; Assessing progress of labour; Abdominal examination; Vaginal examination; The partogram; Cardiotocograph monitoringMonitoring fetal well-beingFully revised and updated to include the most up-to-date guidelines, references and resources, this new edition of the bestselling Oxford Handbook of Midwifery provides a concise and logical approach to midwifery practice in all its varied care settings. Giving a complete picture of the role of the midwife, the handbook reflects the mother's journey through conception, pregnancy and birth to the final postnatal examination of mother and baby. This new edition includes recent advances in midwifery practice including developments in antenatal care, labour, postnatal care and infant feeding. The
Subjects: Electronic books.; Midwifery -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Midwifery;
© 2011., Oxford University Press,
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