Other end of the age spectrum today..
Ionised drugs are more likely to cross the placenta compared with non-ionised drugs T/F
Heparin is safe to use in pregnancy because its large molecular size prevents it crossing the placenta T/F
Weakly basic drugs, with a pKa less than 7.4, may become concentrated in the fetal compartment secondary to increased levels of ionisation T/F
The placenta is capable of metabolising some drugs presented to it T/F
For highly lipid soluble drugs, degree of protein binding is an important factor in the rate of placental drug transfer T/F