Breastfeeding and Human Lactation

Voorkant
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - 819 pagina's
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Now in its Third Edition, this text has been updated to reflect new knowledge in the physiology of breastfeeding, milk supply, positioning, the management of breastfeeding, and the role of the lactation consultant. The text is divided into 5 sections that cover the sociocultural context of infant feeding; anatomy and biological imperatives; the prenatal; perinatal and postnatal periods; beyond postpartum; and contemporary issues.
 

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SECTION
1
SECTION
3
Clinical Implications
4
Technological Innovations
8
The Cost of Not Breastfeeding
15
CHAPTER
16
Summary
24
Internet Resources
31
Simultaneous andor
338
When Pumps Cause Problems
345
Breast Shells
354
Summary
365
Models for HospitalBased Lactation
371
EvidenceBased Guidelines for Milk
378
Feeding at Breast in the NICU
384
Discharge Planning
396

LC Education
37
Families
39
The Unique Characteristics of Counseling
44
Legal and Ethical Considerations
51
Partnerships
56
ANATOMICAL
65
Anatomy and Physiology Frequency of Feedings
89
31
92
Lactogenesis The Biological Specificity
97
36
100
Galactopoiesis Lactose
105
Newborn Oral Development Respiratory Illness 112 Otitis Media
114
38
128
44
134
and Breastfeeding
137
Chronic Disease Protection 115 Calculating Infant Exposure
143
Bioactive Components 122 Antibiotics
150
Implications for Clinical Practice 124 Drugs of Abuse
158
49
165
CHAPTER 6
167
Perinatal
183
Feeding Positions
189
to 38 Weeker
197
Alterations in Endocrine
202
Cesarean Births
204
Fathers
228
Infant Concerns
230
Multiple Infants
236
BreastRelated Problems
247
Breast Abscess
254
Acute Illness and Infections
255
Breast Pain
260
Maternal Immunizations
261
Low Intake in the Breastfed
277
Donating Blood
278
The Baby
286
Gastroesophageal RefluxCow Milk S 305
290
History Physical Exam and Management of Jaundice 318
296
Induced Lactation
323
Special T for M t of Hormonal Considerations
328
A Comparison of Pumps
332
Summary
399
The Preterm Infant
407
Current Practice
420
Donor Human Milk Banking in the Summary
426
BEYOND
435
CHAPTER T 5 Calcium Needs and Bone Loss
441
Autoimmune Diseases
470
and Breastfeeding
487
Community Strategies 501
501
Key Concepts 506 Implications for Practice
534
185
538
Child Health 509 CHA PTER T 9
541
Clinical Implications 525 InfantChild
551
Care of Children with
552
Congenital Heart Disease
560
Gastrointestinal Anomalies
568
Allergies
576
Infant Breastfeeding Mechanisms of Action
622
LATCH The Repetitive Nature of the Recovery
628
Contraception
639
Fertility Sexuality Clinical Implications
645
SOCIO CULTURAL
653
Variables Hypotheses
665
Elements of Research 663 and Dissemination
677
Using Research in Clinical Practice
680
Key Concepts
687
Prenatal Education
694
Small Group Dynamics
700
The Adolescent Mother
705
References
713
The LowIncome Family
716
Summary
727
194
740
Prototype Lactation Consultant
758
482
797
557
798
197
801
Postpartum Care
807
756
817
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