The Opioid Explosion in Minnesota:
How Opioid Abuse during Pregnancy and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Impact Your Work
October 24, 2014
Agenda and Objectives
Neonatal Abstinence: Assessment and Treatment-2014 by Loretta Finnegan, MD
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Not Just a Big City Problem by Christina Falgier, MD
The links below were referenced during the presentation:
Licit and Illicit Drug Use during Pregnancy: Maternal, Neonatal and Early Childhood Consequences
Minnesota Medicine - Opioids Issue - March 2013
Minnesota Medicine - Special Opioids Issue - September 2014
Neo Advances website
Neonatal Absitinence Syndrome: Symptoms & Treatment
Clicking on these links will take you away from the MN Prematurity Coalition website. MN Prematurity Coalition does not endorse or ensure the accuracy of the information contained in these sites.
After the conference, please complete the post-conference survey. Upon submission, you will be redirected to the attendance certificate.
Thank you to everyone who made this conference a success, especially Roger Miller and REM Video & Event Company as well as our satellite sites:
Cass County Health, Human & Veteran Services Children's Hospitals & Clinics of Minnesota
Cook County Public Health & Human Services Dakota County Public Health Department
Essentia Health - Duluth Essentia Health - Fargo, ND
Fairview Ridges Hospital Melrose Hospital
Northwest Indian Opportunities Center Ramsey County Public Health
Rapid City Regional Hospital, SD Rice Memorial Hospital
St Cloud Hospital Sanford Hospital - Bemidji
Sanford Hospital - Fargo, ND Sanford Hospital - Sioux Falls, SD
Sanford Sheldon Medical Center, IA Sherburne County Public Health
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation, SD University of Minnesota Children's Hospital
Todd and Wadena Public Health at Staples Hospital Woodwinds Health Center
A recording of this event will be posted in 3-4 weeks.
Discharge Planning Checklist for Late Preterm Infants
The purpose of the Discharge Planning Checklist for Late Preterm Infants is to help improve outcomes of infants born before 37 weeks. Minnesota's Commissioner of Health, Dr. Edward Ehlinger, encourages healthcare porfessionals to "adopt this checklist as part of their discharge procedures for late preterm infants (34 0/7 - 36 6/7 weeks completed gestational age).
The Task Force hopes that this tool will become a valuable resource for you and your hospital. Feel free to download / print as needed:
Discharge Planning Checklist for Late Premature Infants (34 0/7 - 36 6/7 weeks completed gestational age)