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Developmental toxicity -- Actinomycin D

Developmental toxicity -- Actinomycin D: Introduction

Developmental toxicity -- Actinomycin D: Actinomycin D (a pharmaceutical drug - chemotherapy, antibiotic) is a recognized developmental toxicant and exposure to it has the potential to negatively affect a developing baby. The severity and range of negative effects experienced can vary greatly depending on the chemical, the stage of pregnancy at which the exposure occurred and the duration, level and nature (e.g. inhalation, skin exposure, ingestion) of the exposure. Developmental toxicity can include such things as low birth weight, birth defects, fetal death and behavioral and psychological problems. Sometimes the effects may not manifest until the baby becomes older. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Developmental toxicity -- Actinomycin D is available below.

Symptoms of Developmental toxicity -- Actinomycin D

Treatments for Developmental toxicity -- Actinomycin D

  • Exposure avoidance including strategies such as public education for pregnant mothers, legislation to ban teratogenic agents, research and warnings on medications, and appropriate workplace strategies to minimise exposure for workers at risk
  • Cessation or reduction of potentially harmful medications in pregnancy
  • Surveillance and appropriate obstetric management of pregnancies where the mother has been exposed to potentially teratogenic agents
  • Appropriate neonatal and ongoing surveillance and care for affected Babies and children
  • more treatments...»

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  4. Treatments
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