Breastfeeding and Human Lactation

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 819 pages
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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Contents

SECTION
1
Technological Innovations
8
The Cost of Not Breastfeeding
15
Nutrition Basics
18
Summary
24
Internet Resources
26
Reimbursement
49
Legal and Ethical Considerations
51
Manufacturers
403
The Preterm Infant
407
Summary
426
SECTION 4
435
Summary
450
83
456
CHAPTER 16
459
Maternal Immunizations
465

Private Practice
57
Rubella
63
SECTION 2
65
Variations
72
48
93
583
95
of Breastmilk
97
49
100
Care of Children with
112
Chronic Disease Protection
115
Key Concepts
126
Implications for Clinical Practice
158
CHAPTER 6
167
Human Lymphotropic Virus
180
Early Feedings
186
The Infant Who Has Not LatchedOn
192
Compression
206
CHAPTER 8
211
Postpartum Care
217
Engorgement + Milk Stasis Involution
228
Infant Concerns
230
Multiple Infants
236
Plugged Ducts
248
Breast Abscess
254
Galactorrhea
274
Definit
282
Gastroesophageal RefluxCow Milk
290
Clinical Management
297
Stimulating the MilkEjection Reflex
324
The Evolution of Pumps
331
Simultaneous andor
338
300
340
When Pumps Cause Problems
345
Special Techniques for Management
348
Breast Shells
352
Maintaining Maternal Milk Volume
376
Feeding at Breast in the NICU
384
Discharge Planning
396
Internet Resources
400
198
402
Drug Therapy
477
and Breastfeeding
487
Community Strategies
501
Internet Resources
507
CHAPTER 13
514
Breast and Nipple Rashes Lesions
536
Breastfeeding Implications
541
CHAPTER 20
557
Metabolic Dysfunction
571
Preterm Infant
594
Infant Breastfeeding
618
Social Development
641
621
648
CHAPTER 22
655
Evaluating Research for Use in Practice
678
Using Research in Clinical Practice
680
Research Terms
687
199
712
of Breastfeeding
713
25
729
200
745
A Clinical Competencies
749
Summary of Eligibility Pathway
756
F Infant Weight Conversion Table
762
Glossary
773
Suitability of Human Milk for Preterm
785
Donating Blood
786
Candidiasis Thrush
789
Cesarean Births
790
Induced Lactation
793
The Alveolar Subunit
794
659
795
Suckling
796
Educational Materials
804
Breast Edema
806
Vasospasm
813
ChickenpoxVaricella
814
Summary
819
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