Breastfeeding Basics: The Term Infant with Problems

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Course Outline
Breastfeeding Benefits & Barriers
Anatomy & Physiology
Growth & Development
Breastfeeding Around the World
The Breastfeeding Couple
The Term Infant with Problems
Breast Milk and Drugs

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants should be able to evaluate and treat breastfeeding infants with jaundice.

  2. Participants should be able to recognize, evaluate and arrange treatment for breastfeeding infants with poor weight gain.

Contents of This Module

  1. Pre-module Evaluation

  2. Early Jaundice

  3. Breast Milk Jaundice

  4. Infants with Poor Weight Gain

  5. Multiple Births - Twins or more

  6. Breastfeeding and Hypoglycemia

  7. Case Study 25 - Breastfeeding a Term Infant with a Transient Illness

  8. Premature Infants (In the Growth and Development section)

  9. Infants with Congenital Anomalies

  10. Supplementing Breastfed Infants in a Physiologic Manner

  11. Post-module Evaluation

  12. References



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