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Human Milk In The NICU: Policy Into Practice

Human Milk In The NICU: Policy Into Practice

ISBN 9780763761332
Edition 1
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
Part One: Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction Part Two: Establishing the Need for Human Milk Chapter 2: Establishing the need for human milk in the NICU Part Three: The Baby-Friendly NICU: The Ten Steps for Providing Maternal Milk Chapter 3: Step 1: Developing a policy supportive of breastfeeding/human milk use Chapter 4: Step 2: Training all health care staff in skills to implement the policy Chapter 5: Step 3: Teach mothers about the benefits of human milk for their preterm infants Chapter 6: Step 4: Initiate early skin-to-skin as soon as possible Chapter 7: Step 5: Help mothers to begin early milk expression, and provide education and support for establishing and maintaining an adequate milk supply Chapter 8: Step 6: Give special care infants only human milk unless medically contraindicated Chapter 9: Step 7: Promote skin-to-skin contact between parents and their preterm infants Chapter 10: Step 8: Foster early transition to full breastfeeding Chapter 11: Step 9: Use ethical evidence-based breastfeeding practices free of conflicts of interest Chapter 12: Step 10: Foster the establishment of breastfeeding support groups and community programs and refer mothers to them. Part Four: Use of Banked Donor Human Milk as an Alternative Chapter 13: Clinical use of donor milk Chapter 14: Brief history of donor milk banking in the US Chapter 15: International models Chapter 16: The Ten Steps for a 'Baby-Friendly' milk bank Part Five: Conclusions Chapter 17: Conclusions
Overview
Part One: Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction Part Two: Establishing the Need for Human Milk Chapter 2: Establishing the need for human milk in the NICU Part Three: The Baby-Friendly NICU: The Ten Steps for Providing Maternal Milk Chapter 3: Step 1: Developing a policy supportive of breastfeeding/human milk use Chapter 4: Step 2: Training all health care staff in skills to implement the policy Chapter 5: Step 3: Teach mothers about the benefits of human milk for their preterm infants Chapter 6: Step 4: Initiate early skin-to-skin as soon as possible Chapter 7: Step 5: Help mothers to begin early milk expression, and provide education and support for establishing and maintaining an adequate milk supply Chapter 8: Step 6: Give special care infants only human milk unless medically contraindicated Chapter 9: Step 7: Promote skin-to-skin contact between parents and their preterm infants Chapter 10: Step 8: Foster early transition to full breastfeeding Chapter 11: Step 9: Use ethical evidence-based breastfeeding practices free of conflicts of interest Chapter 12: Step 10: Foster the establishment of breastfeeding support groups and community programs and refer mothers to them. Part Four: Use of Banked Donor Human Milk as an Alternative Chapter 13: Clinical use of donor milk Chapter 14: Brief history of donor milk banking in the US Chapter 15: International models Chapter 16: The Ten Steps for a 'Baby-Friendly' milk bank Part Five: Conclusions Chapter 17: Conclusions

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