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Author Pollard, Maria, 1965-, author.
Title Evidence-based care for breastfeeding mothers [electronic resource] : a resource for midwives and allied healthcare professionals / Maria Pollard.
Imprint London Routledge, 2017.
©2018.
Edition Second edition.
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Phys. Description 1 online resource (285 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- List of abbreviations -- 1 Putting breastfeeding into context -- Learning outcomes -- The benefits of breastfeeding -- Economic and environmental factors -- Who breastfeeds? -- UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative -- Global and national strategies -- Concluding comments -- Practice questions -- Resources -- 2 Building relationships -- Learning outcomes -- Brain development and importance of love and nurture -- Responsive care -- Responsive feeding -- Concluding comments -- Reflective questions -- Resources -- 3 Anatomy and physiology of lactation -- Learning outcomes -- Relevant anatomy and physiology -- The physiology of lactation -- Constituents of breastmilk -- Neonatal adaptation to life -- Concluding comments -- True or false quiz -- Further reading -- 4 Essential skills for practice -- Learning outcomes -- Teaching positioning and attachment -- Assessing a breastfeed -- Expressing breastmilk -- Storage of expressed breastmilk -- Concluding comments -- Quiz -- Resources -- 5 Good practice to promote, initiate and support breastfeeding -- Learning outcomes -- Building a firm foundation (stage 1) -- An educated workforce (stage 2) -- Parents' experiences (stage 3) -- Concluding comments -- Scenarios -- Quiz -- Further reading and resources -- 6 Management of common problems -- Learning outcomes -- Breastfeeding assessment -- Breast refusal -- Nipple pain or trauma -- Insufficient milk supply -- Inverted nipples -- Breast engorgement -- Blocked ducts -- Mastitis -- Abscesses -- Thrush or Candida albicans -- Concluding comments -- Scenarios -- Resources -- 7 Supporting mothers with special needs -- Learning outcomes -- Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) -- Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) -- Hepatitis B.
Hepatitis C -- Tuberculosis -- Substance misuse -- Delayed lactogenesis -- Caesarean section -- Diabetes -- Obesity -- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) -- Postpartum haemorrhage -- Breast surgery and anomalies -- Epilepsy -- Hyperlactation or galactorrhea -- Twins -- Concluding comments -- Scenario -- Further reading -- Resources -- 8 Infants with special needs -- Learning outcomes -- Strategies for care in the neonatal unit -- Preterm infants -- Jaundice -- Hypoglycaemia -- Postmature infants -- Tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) -- Weight loss or poor weight gain -- Hypernatraemic dehydration -- Vitamin D supplementation -- Discharge planning -- Concluding comments -- Scenarios -- Further reading -- 9 Alternative methods of infant feeding when breastfeeding is not possible -- Learning outcomes -- Supplementary and complementary feeding -- Alternatives to breastfeeding -- Donor milk -- Formula feeding -- Sterilisation, preparation and reconstitution of formula milk -- Concluding comments -- Reflective questions -- Resources -- 10 Introducing solid foods -- Learning outcomes -- Introducing solid food -- Advice for parents on food types -- Concluding comments -- Scenario -- Further reading -- 11 Ongoing support for breastfeeding mothers -- Learning outcomes -- Breastfeeding support -- Returning to work -- Sexual activity -- Family planning: lactational amenorrhoea method -- Breastfeeding during pregnancy: tandem nursing -- Relactation or induced lactation -- Concluding comments -- Reflective questions -- Resources -- 12 Developing knowledge and skills to support breastfeeding mothers -- Learning outcomes -- Informed choice -- Communication skills -- Learning about breastfeeding -- Concluding comments -- Reflective questions -- Appendix 1 UNICEF UK BFI University Learning Outcomes -- Appendix 2 NMC ESCs for Pre-registration Midwifery Education (2007).
Appendix 3 UNICEF UK BFI Guidance for Neonatal Units -- Appendix 4 Milk banks in the UK -- Answers to quizzes and scenarios -- Glossary -- References -- Index.
Subject Breast Feeding.
Lactation.
Maternal Health Services.
Midwifery.
Allied Health Personnel.
ISBN 9781317230991
131723099X
9781138650824
113865082X
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