Contents: Chapter 1. Preparing to breastfeed (20:00) - Chapter 2. Starting to breastfeed (18:00) - Chapter 3. Managing common problems (15:00) - Chapter 4. Growing with breastfeeding (23:00)
Preview comments : Very long, many parts not useful, hard to hold viewers attention but a couple of the sections provide useful, up to date info on initiation and management of the common breastfeeding concerns.
Contents: Breastfeeding in modern medicine -- Anatomy of the human breast -- Physiology of lactation -- Biochemistry of human milk -- Host-resistance factors and immunologic significance of human milk -- Psychologic impact of breastfeeding -- Contraindications to and disadvantages of breastfeeding -- management of the mother-infant nursing couple -- Diet and dietary supplements for the mother and infant -- Weaning -- Drugs in breast milk -- Normal growth, failure to thrive and obesity in the breastfed infant -- Maternal employment -- Breastfeeding the infant with a problem -- Medical complications of the mother -- Human milk as a prophylaxis in allergy -- Induced lactation and relactation and cross-nursing -- Reproductive function during lactation -- Collection and storage of human milk and human milk banking -- Role of mother support groups and community resources -- Educating and training the medical professional.
Appendixes: Composition of human milk -- Dietary guidance during lactation -- History form for evaluation of infant with failure to thrive -- Normal serum values for breastfed infants -- Drugs in breast milk and the effect on the infant -- Lact-aid nursing trainer system -- Organizations interested in supporting and providing materials for breastfeeding -- Manual expression of breast milk -- Storage of human milk -- Legislation regarding human milk -- Vitamin and mineral supplement needs in normal children in the United States -- Prenatal dietary prophylaxis of atopic disease -- Silicon testing following breast implants -- Measurements of growth of breastfed infants -- Resources for education and training -- Premature infant nutritional requirements.
Using a case study and clear graphics, this video demonstrates the important steps of successful breastfeeding. A new mother learns how to help her baby latch onto the breast and nurse comfortably and effectively.
The lactation specialist : roles and responsibilities -- Tides in breastfeeding practice -- Anatomy and physiology of lactation -- The biological specificity of breastmilk -- Drug therapy and breastfeeding -- Viruses and breastfeeding -- Perinatal and intrapartum care -- Postpartum care -- Breast-related problems -- Low intake in the breastfed infant : maternal and infant considerations -- Jaundice and the breastfed baby -- Breast pumps and other technologies -- Breastfeeding the preterm infant -- Donor human milk banking -- Maternal nutrition during lactation -- Womenâ€™s health and breastfeeding -- Maternal employment and breastfeeding -- Child health -- The ill child : breastfeeding implications -- Infant assessment -- Fertility, sexuality, and contraception during lactation -- Research, theory, and lactation -- Breastfeeding education -- The cultural context of breastfeeding -- The familial and social context of breastfeeding.