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Obstetric Delivery Inpatient Stays Involving Substance Use Disorders and Related Clinical Outcomes, 2016

Description
Presents statistics from the 2016 National Inpatient Sample (NIS) on delivery-related inpatient stays involving substance use disorders (SUDs). Types of SUDs reported include the use of opioids, cocaine, and other stimulants in urban and rural areas. Examines clinical outcomes at delivery including preterm delivery, severe preeclampsia/eclampsia, obstetric hemorrhage, and placental abruption. Compares delivery outcomes with or without SUD diagnosis, and by rural or urban residence of patient.
Author(s)
Anita Soni, Kathryn R. Fingar, Lawrence D. Reid
Date
10/2019
Type
Document
Organizations
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project
Tagged as
Alcohol use · Illicit drug use · Prenatal care and obstetrics · Prescription drug abuse · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data