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Título: Adequação nutricional em grávidas toxicodependentes assistidas na Maternidade Dr. Alfredo da Costa
Autor: Pinto, Elisabete
Moreira, Catarina
Lavinha, Isabel
Palavras-chave: Pregnancy
Dietary intake
Nutritional inadequacy
Data: 2011
Editora: I.D.T. - Instituto da Droga e Toxicopendência
Citação: PINTO, Elisabete; MOREIRA, Catarina; LAVINHA, Isabel - Adequação nutricional em grávidas toxicodependentes assistidas na Maternidade Dr. Alfredo da Costa. Revista Toxicodependências. ISSN 0874-4890. Vol. 17 n.º 2 (2011), p. 13-22
Resumo: Although the most frequent, the tobacco smoking is not the only dependency during pregnancy. The alcohol abuse and the use of illicit drugs are part of dependencies with serious effects during pregnancy, being frequent the co-existence of several dependencies in the same pregnant woman. Additionally, these pregnant women are more likely to other fetal adverse exposures, namely an inadequate diet. In this study, we aim to evaluate the nutritional intake and their adequacy in pregnant women who attend the addictive pathology consultations, with indication for dietetic and nutritional follow-up, during 2009, at Dr. Alfredo da Costa Maternity. Fourteen pregnant women with nutritional follow-up were retrospectively studied by consultation of their clinical records. The conversion in nutrients was implemented using the Portuguese foods composition table. The nutritional adequacy was calculated using as reference the North-American recommendations Dietary Reference Intakes for pregnant women. All women reported higher energy intake than their requirements. There were high prevalences of inadequacy for the macronutrients: 64% for lipids, 71% for carbohydrates and 100% for sugars. Regarding micronutrients, we highlight the high prevalences of inadequacy for folate (86%) and iron (79%). Median for water intake was 300ml (0; 1000) and for soft drinks 450ml (0, 600). Addictive pregnant women show an unbalanced diet, reinforcing the role of nutritional care of these women.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.14/7432
Versão do Editor: http://www.idt.pt/PT/RevistaToxicodependencias/Paginas/ArtigoDetalhe.aspx?ID=538
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