Enabling Women to Breastfeed: A Review of Practices which Promote Or Inhibit Breastfeeding - with Evidence-based Guidance for Practice

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Stationery Office, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 230 pages
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This literature review of 121 research studies aims to promote best practice in breastfeeding. The analysis of the research studies identifies those practices which enable mothers to continue breastfeeding, or practices which inhibit the continuation of breastfeeding. The results highlight both the implications for practice and areas for future research. Topics covered include ante-natal preparation, routine care after birth, common breastfeeding problems and baby-related feeding problems. The book provides health professionals with tried and tested practices which will enable mothers to breastfeed their babies.

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