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This New source offers A evaluate Of Literature, And Covers The prevalence, Etiology, chance components, Prevention, analysis And Implications, Interventions, anticipated results, Care Plans, scientific Algorithms, And extra, offering Clinicians A Research-Based method of Breastfeeding Care.

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1987). Lactose, which promotes iron absorption, is present in higher concentrations in breast milk, especially compared to commercial formulas, some of which contain no lactose at all. Breastfed babies do not suffer microhemorrhages of the bowel as some formula-fed babies do, so they will not have iron depletion through blood loss. Pisacane, DeVizia, Valiante, et al. (1995) studied the iron status of infants breastfed for 1 year who were never given cow’s milk, supplemental iron, or ironenriched formula.

Fredrickson DD, et al. Relationship between sudden infant death syndrome and breastfeeding intensity and duration. Am J Dis Child. 1993;147:460. Furukawa M, Lee EL, Johnston JM. Platelet-activating factor-induced ischemic bowel necrosis: the effect of platelet-activating factor acetylhydrolase. Pediatr Res. 1993;34:237–241. Gartner LM, Greer FR, American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Breastfeeding, and Committee on Nutrition. Prevention of rickets and vitamin D deficiency: new guidelines for vitamin D intake.

The presence of high sodium concentrations in human milk is diagnostic of either mastitis or low milk-volume secretion. Colostrum has much higher concentrations of sodium and chloride than does mature milk because the gland is undergoing the transition between pregnancy, when the junctions are open, and full lactation, when they are closed. Preterm milk shows lower concentrations of sodium and chloride that rise to normal levels approximately 30 days postpartum. The concentrations in milk of the major divalent ions are species specific.

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