Infant Feedings: Guidelines for Preparation of Human Milk and Formula in Health Care Facilities
American Dietetic Associati, 2011 - Breast milk - 144 pages
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Accessed December additives American Dietetic Association appropriate aseptic technique bacterial contamination bottles breast milk breast pump Breastfeeding Chapter Children’s Hospital clean containers contamination of enteral delivery donor human milk donor milk Drug Administration enteral feeding Enteral Nutrition Enterobacter sakazakii equipment expiration date expressed human milk facility’s feeding preparation room Food and Drug foodborne illness formula for infants formula room freezer HACCP HACCP plan hand hygiene health care facility HMBANA Human Milk Banking infant feeding preparation infant feeding room infant formula products infection control Joint Commission kcal/oz formula labeled manufacturer microbial microbiological milk and formula Milk Bank milk or formula monitoring Mothers NICU Nutr nutrient pasteurization patient care unit patient units Pediatrics personnel policies powdered formula powdered infant formula preparation of formula prepared formula Probiotics procedures ready-to-feed recipes recommended refrigerator risk room technician safe safety sanitized staff storage stored supplies syringe temperature thawed tube feeding