Pocket Guide For Lactation Management by Karin CadwellPocket Guide For Lactation Management by Karin Cadwell

Pocket Guide For Lactation Management

byKarin Cadwell, Cindy Turner-maffei

Spiral Bound | January 23, 2013

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Pocket Guide for Lactation Management, Second Edition is the perfect resource for the variety of situations commonly encountered by those working with lactating and breastfeeding mothers and their babies. Conveniently organized by the issue that the healthcare provider will meet, it helps caregivers quickly resolve key challenges, such as babies who aren't gaining weight fast enough, mothers with sore nipples, and basic sucking problems. Quick reference charts, algorithms, and diagrams assist the caregiver in quickly determining whether they have assessed the situation correctly.Designed for use by an interdisciplinary array of caregivers in practice settings, Pocket Guide for Lactation Management, Second Edition contains updated references, new evidence-based strategies for problem resolution, and a user-friendly appendix.
Title:Pocket Guide For Lactation ManagementFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:302 pages, 7 × 5.13 × 0.63 inPublished:January 23, 2013Publisher:Jones & Bartlett LearningLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1449687784

ISBN - 13:9781449687786

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Table of Contents

Section 1: Introduction: Breastfeeding and Public HealthSection 2: How We Approach Lactation CounselingSection 3: Normal BreastfeedingSection 4: The Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding for Hospitals and Birth CentersSection 5: Community Support for BreastfeedingSection 6: Breast and Nipple IssuesSection 7: Breastfeeding Management IssuesSection 8: Baby Feeding ProblemsSection 9: Can She Breastfeed?Appendix A: The Healthy Children Eight-Level Breastfeeding Counseling ProcessAppendix B: Feeding Observation ChecklistAppendix C: Breastfeeding PositionsAppendix D: Alternate Massage/Breast CompressionAppendix E: Protocol for Estimating Breastmilk TransferAppendix F: Protocol to Calculate Baby's Approximate Daily NeedsAppendix G: Table of Daily Breast Milk Volume Requirement Estimates in OuncesAppendix H: Baby Weight Loss TableAppendix I: Weight Gain Expectations and Infant Elimination PatternsAppendix J: Protocol for Building a Milk Supply/RelactationAppendix K: Protocol for Oversupply of BreastmilkAppendix L: Improving Milk TransferAppendix M: Expression of BreastmilkAppendix N: Feeding DevicesAppendix O: What to Do If an Infant or Child is Mistakenly Fed Another Woman's Expressed Breast MilkAppendix P: Handling and Storing BreastmilkAppendix Q: Contraindications to BreastfeedingAppendix R: Breastfeeding GoalsAppendix S: Edinburgh Postnatal Depression ScaleAppendix T: The International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk SubstitutesAppendix U: The Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child FeedingAppendix V: Innocenti Declaration on Infant and Young Child Feeding 2005Appendix W: GlossaryAppendix X: ConversionsAppendix Y: Resources: Helpful OrganizationsAppendix Z: Pediatric Warning Signs