Breastfeeding and Human Lactation

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Jan Riordan
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 819 pages
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Riordan (nursing, Wichita State University) covers clinical topics and offers problem-solving guidance for practicing lactation consultants and students preparing for the IBCLC examination. For this third edition, there is updated material reflecting the latest research in the field and on current p
  

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Contents

SECTION
1
Technological Innovations
8
The Cost of Not Breastfeeding
15
Summary
24
Do Lactation Consultants Make
32
Lactation Programs
38
Roles and Responsibilities
45
Legal and Ethical Considerations
51
Management of Jaundice
318
Stimulating the MilkEjection Reflex
324
A Comparison of Pumps
332
Simultaneous andor
338
When Pumps Cause Problems
345
Breast Shells
354
Internet Resources
361
Breastfeeding
367

Reimbursement
53
Care of Children with
54
SECTION 2
65
Variations
72
Autocrine Versus Endocrine
79
Infant Concerns 230 Mammoplasty 261
81
CHAPTER 4
97
Antiinfective Properties
111
Chronic Disease Protection
115
Bioactive Components
122
References
128
689
130
Composition of Human
136
Drugs of Abuse
158
and Breastfeeding 137
167
ChickenpoxVaricella
173
PRENATAL PERINATAL
183
Feeding Positions
189
to 38 Weeker
198
Cesarean Births
204
Postpartum Care
217
Engorgement + Milk Stasis Involution
228
Multiple Infants
236
Breastfeeding During Pregnancy 240 Summary 271
242
Infant Considerations
277
Candidiasis Thrush 255 The Mothers Presentation
285
Gastroesophageal RefluxCow Milk
290
Summary
305
Jaundice and
311
Preparing Expressed Mothers Milk
379
CHAPTER 14
409
Maternal Caloric Needs
438
Nutrition Basics 446 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
470
Postpartum Depression
476
Alterations in Endocrine
482
Strategies to Manage Breastfeeding
489
Autoimmune Diseases 470 The DayCare Dilemma
497
Child Health
509
501
523
Care of the Hospitalized Breastfeeding
548
Alterations in Neurological Functioning
557
OralFacial Anomalies
563
Allergies
576
Indicators of Effective Breastfeeding
598
Behavioral Assessment
611
Infant Breastfeeding
618
Contraception
639
Clinical Implications
645
SECTION 5
653
Types of Research Methods
659
Perspectives of Research Methodologies
680
Research Terms
687
Prenatal Education
694
Small Group Dynamics
700
The Cultural Context
713
Maternal Foods
722
Families
729
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