By Marsha Walker
This New source presents A evaluate Of Literature, And Covers The occurrence, Etiology, danger elements, Prevention, analysis And Implications, Interventions, anticipated results, Care Plans, medical Algorithms, And extra, delivering Clinicians A Research-Based method of Breastfeeding Care.
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10. Reassure parents that it is uncommon for infant fussiness to be related to lactose intolerance. Primary lactose intolerance (lactase deficiency) is extremely rare. 11. Lactating mothers rarely need supplemental vitamins and minerals. • Fluoride supplementation is no longer recommended for infants younger than 6 months of age and only thereafter for infants living in communities with suboptimally fluoridated water supplies. • Mothers can maintain good vitamin D status by consuming vitamin D–fortified food and through exposure to sunlight.
1992) found that microwaving breast milk at 72–98°C (162–208°F) decreases the activity of lysozyme by 96% and that of total IgA by 98%. Treatment at low temperatures, 20–53°C (68–127°F), did not affect total IgA but decreased lysozyme by 19%. 2 times greater than in the control at low microwave temperatures and 18 times greater at the high temperatures, showing dramatic loss of anti-infective factors. Microwaving bottles of expressed breast milk also poses a risk of injury to the baby from hot spots in the milk, which could burn the tongue, mouth, and throat, as well as cause scalding and full thickness burn injuries to the body from exploding bottles and nipples.
Breastfeeding Management for the Clinician: Using the Evidence by Marsha Walker