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Table 2 Correct knowledge of teratogenicity of common AD and AX by clinical affiliation

From: Prescribing antidepressants and anxiolytic medications to pregnant women: comparing perception of risk of foetal teratogenicity between Australian Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Speciality Trainees and upskilled General Practitioners

Medication Overall Obstetrician/Gynaecologist General Practitioner p-value
(n = 545) (n = 373) (n = 172)  
Sertraline (n = 542) 491 (90.6%) 325 (87.8%) 166 (96.5%) 0.001
Venlafaxine (n = 541) 471 (87.1%) 320 (86.7%) 151 (87.8%) 0.73
Amitriptyline (n = 537) 417 (77.7%) 286 (77.9%) 131 (77.1%) 0.82
Mirtazapine (n = 538) 444 (82.5%) 304 (82.8%) 140 (81.9%) 0.78
Diazepam (n = 542) 462 (85.2%) 313 (84.6%) 149 (86.6%) 0.53