Final Programme for the 28th conference of the European Network of Teratology Information Services and the Joint ENTIS-ETS Education Course, Budapest, Saturday 2nd to Tuesday 5th September, 2017 is now available!

The final programme of the 28th ENTIS conference, the Education Course on Hormones and Brain Development and the symposium on pre-term births is now available for download. The Education course and the Symposium are co-organised with the European Teratology Society. For the other details regarding the conference, education course, registration and accomodation please click here.  

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Registrations now open for the 28th conference of the European Network of Teratology Information Services and the Joint ENTIS-ETS Education Course, Budapest, Saturday 2nd to Tuesday 5th September, 2017

Registrations have now opened for the the 28th conference of the European Network of Teratology Information Services (ENTIS) and The Joint Education Course of ENTIS and European Teratology Society (ETS) on Hormones and Brain Development in Budapest, Hungary, 2017. The conference will take place from Saturday September 2nd to Tuesday 5th while the course will take place on Monday September […]

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ACE inhibitors in pregnancy: Recent study from the U.S. suggests no increase in risk of major malformations with exposure during the first trimester among women with hypertension

In January 2017 Obstetrics & Gynecology published an article on Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors and the Risk of Congenital Malformations“ by Brian T Bateman et al. As data on the teratogenic potential of ACE inhibitor (ACEI) are partly conflicting, this pharmacoepidemiologic study wanted to analyze the association between first trimester ACEI exposure and the risk of overall major malformations, of cardiovascular […]

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Collaborative ENTIS study into the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes following maternal varenicline use

A collaborative ENTIS study recently published in Reproductive Toxicology (Volume 67, Pages 26-34) has provided no signal that varenicline is a major human teratogen. This collaborative ENTIS study was undertaken by researchers based at teratology information services in the United Kingdom, Israel, France (Paris), Germany (Berlin), Australia, the Netherlands, Finland and Turkey (Izmir), who collectively joined data from over 400 […]

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