Supporting Sucking Skills in Breastfeeding Infants

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 355 pages
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This Text Presents The Research And Clinical Strategies For Supporting And Improving Infant Sucking Skills In Healthy Infants And Those With Anatomical Variations, Developmental Respiratory Issues, Prematurity, And Mild Neurological Deficits. Each Chapter Includes Clinical Photos So The Reader Can Thoroughly Visualize And Understand The Material.
  

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Contents

Chapter
8
Chapter
10
Chapter
12
Chapter
18
Chapter 9
40
Breastfeeding and Perinatal Neuroscience
43
Milk Flow That Is Not Too Fast
131
The Relationship Between Flow Rate and Coordination
137
Superior Labial Frenulum
203
Congenital Abnormalities of the Airway
217
Conclusion
223
Conclusion
234
Neurological Issues and Breastfeeding
253
Neuromuscular Junction Issues
266
Oral Motor Dysfunction and Facilitative Techniques
280
Dysphagia and the Neurologically Involved Baby
295

Common Diagnoses Related to Flow Issues
145
Conclusion
151
The Influence of Anatomical and Structural Issues on Sucking Skills
181
Counseling Mothers of Infants with Feeding Difficulties
327
Helping the BottleFeeding Mother Nurse Her Baby
340
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