Breastfeeding Management For The Clinician / Edition 3

Breastfeeding Management For The Clinician / Edition 3

by Marsha Walker
     
 

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binding type PB

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ISBN-13:
9781449694654
Publisher:
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Publication date:
05/20/2013
Pages:
630
Sales rank:
378,741
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 6.90(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Preface ix

Part I The Context of Lactation and Breastfeeding 1

1 Influence of the Biospecificity of Human Milk 7

Introduction 7

Colostrum 9

Clinical Implications: Allergy and Disease 10

Nutritional Components 18

Defense Agents 39

Can Breastmilk Tell Time? 42

Human Milk Fortification 43

Milk Treatment and Storage 45

Summary: The Design in Nature 51

Appendix 1-1 Summary Interventions Based on the Biospecificity of Breastmilk 70

Appendix 1-2 Human Milk Banks in North America 72

2 Influence of the Maternal Anatomy and Physiology on Lactation 75

Introduction 75

Functional Anatomy of the Breast 79

Nipple Preparation 87

Breast Augmentation 88

Breast Reduction 91

Breast Anomalies 94

Nipple Anomalies 95

Hormones of Lactation 96

Lactogenesis II 104

Lactogenesis III 110

Volume of Milk Production Over Time 112

The Newborn Stomach 113

Summary: The Design in Nature 117

Appendix 2-1 Summary Interventions Based on the Maternal Anatomy and Physiology of Lactation 128

3 Influence of the Infant's Anatomy and Physiology 131

Introduction 131

Functional Infant Anatomy and Physiology Associated with Breastfeeding 131

Putting It All Together 164

Tools 165

Summary: The Design in Nature 178

4 Influence of Peripartum Factors, Birthing Practices, and Early Caretaking Behaviors 187

Introduction 187

Birth Interventions and Breastfeeding 187

Maternity Care Practices and Breastfeeding 192

Separation 201

Crying 203

Supplementation 206

Summary: The Design in Nature 232

Appendix 4-1 Summary Interventions Based on Peripartum Factors, Birthing Practices, and Early Caretaking Behaviors 252

Part II Infant-Related Challenges to Breastfeeding 255

5 First 24-48 Hours: Common Challenges 257

Introduction 257

Clinician Influence 257

Positioning of the Mother 259

Positioning of the Infant 262

Latch 267

Nipple Shields 285

Reluctant Nurser 287

Sleepy Infant 294

Fussy Infant 301

Decision Trees 307

Problem of Hypoglycemia 312

Summary: The Design in Nature 320

Appendix 5-1 Summary Interventions on Shield Use 335

Situations for Which Shield Use Is Commonly Advised 335

6 Beyond the Initial 48-72 Hours: Infant Challenges 337

Introduction 337

Neonatal Jaundice 337

Hypernatremic Dehydration 348

Slow Weight Gain 352

Breastfeeding Preterm Infants 359

Breastfeeding Late Preterm Infants 377

Summary: The Design in Nature 382

Appendix 6-1 Summary of Interventions for Slow Infant Weight Gain 407

Breastfeeding Techniques Useful in Slow Weight-Gain Situations 407

Equipment for Use in Slow-Gaining Situations 408

7 Physical, Medical, and Environmental Problems and Issues 411

Introduction 411

Twins and Higher Order Multiples 411

Anomalies, Diseases, and Disorders That Can Affect Breastfeeding 420

Syndromes and Congenital Anomalies 435

Upper Airway Problems 438

Gastrointestinal Disorders, Anomalies, and Conditions 440

Metabolic Disorders 450

Congenital Heart Disease 455

Neurological Diseases, Deficits, Impairments, and Disorders 458

Summary: The Design in Nature 463

Part III Maternal-Related Challenges to Breastfeeding 483

8 Maternal Pathology: Breast and Nipple Issues 485

Introduction 485

Nipple Types 485

Sore Nipples 488

Engorgement 501

Plugged Ducts 508

Mastitis 509

Breast Abscess 515

Additional Breast-Related Conditions 516

Additional Reasons for Breast Pain (Mastalgia) 518

Summary: The Design in Nature 518

Appendix 8-1 Summary Questions for Breastfeeding Troubleshooting and Observation 534

Questions for Troubleshooting the Underlying Cause of Inflammatory or Infective Processes in the Breast 534

Checkpoints for Feeding Observation at the Breast 534

9 Physical, Medical, Emotional, and Environmental Challenges to the Breastfeeding Mother 535

Introduction 535

Physically Challenged Mothers 535

Epilepsy 537

Maternal Visual or Hearing Impairment 538

Insufficient Milk Supply 539

Hyperlactation 544

Induced Lactation and Relactation 546

Overweight and Obese Mothers 547

Peripartum Mood, Depressive, and Anxiety Disorders 550

Endocrine, Metabolic, and Autoimmune Conditions 554

Maternal Employment 573

Summary: The Design in Nature 577

Index 601

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