This is an observational study of the prevalence of the use of psychoactive substances (alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, cocaine, bazooka, heroin and inhalable substances) in a group of pregnant teenagers. the study describes the use before and during pregnancy and the use of these same substances by the patient's partner. It also seeks to establish associations between consumption and demographic, socio-economic and consumption variables of the couple. The final report now
|Effective start/end date
|1/1/00 → 6/1/06
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