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Breastfeeding the Newborn: Clinical Strategies for Nurses / Edition 2
     

Breastfeeding the Newborn: Clinical Strategies for Nurses / Edition 2

by Marie Biancuzzo
 

ISBN-10: 0323017452

ISBN-13: 9780323017459

Pub. Date: 10/29/2002

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

It's up to YOU to provide sensitive, personal guidance that fosters the delicate breastfeeding relationship between mother and newborn. You'll help the mother establish a milk supply, answer her concerns, and confirm that the baby is breastfeeding successfully.

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It's up to YOU to provide sensitive, personal guidance that fosters the delicate breastfeeding relationship between mother and newborn. You'll help the mother establish a milk supply, answer her concerns, and confirm that the baby is breastfeeding successfully.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780323017459
Publisher:
Elsevier Health Sciences
Publication date:
10/29/2002
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
560
Product dimensions:
7.28(w) x 9.26(h) x 0.85(d)

Table of Contents

Section 1Factors Influencing Successful Breastfeeding
1Breastfeeding as a Public Health Priority1
2Social and Cultural Trends Influencing Breastfeeding21
3Psychologic Factors35
4Anatomy and Physiology Related to Lactation53
Section 2Breastfeeding Management for Healthy Mothers and Newborns
5Maternal Education Programs77
6Maternal Physical Assessment and Counseling119
7Successful Milk Production and Transfer141
8Hospital Practices to Support Successful Breastfeeding181
9Managing Newborns with Common Breastfeeding Challenges231
Section 3Breastfeeding Management Under Difficult Circumstances
10Strategies for Breastfeeding the Preterm Newborn261
11Strategies for Breastfeeding the Compromised Newborn287
12Strategies for Managing Breast and Nipple Problems329
13Disease Implications and Risks-Benefits of Pharmacologic and Herbal Therapies357
Section 4Sources of Nutrition and Delivery Techniques
14Providing Human Milk When Mother and Infant Are Separated391
15Nutritional Sources for Newborns431
16Techniques for Delivering Human and Artificial Milk445
Appendixes
ACommunity Breastfeeding Support466
BParent Education Media469
CProfessional Development and Support496
DBreastfeeding Protection and Promotion509
EPublishers/Producers/Distributors526
FWeb Sites That Relate to Breastfeeding532
Index535

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