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1 Child Health Training May 2013

2  U.N.I.C.E.F Research cost saving.  Benefits to mum  Benefits to baby  Benefits to environment.

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4  Eyes – Retinopathy of prematurity  Guts - NEC  Brains – early cognitive benefits Lasting cognitive benefits.  Protection from infection.  Skin to skin contact and its benefits.  Healthier outcomes generally.

5 One hour of skin contact can reduce stress hormone levels by 75% Preterm baby receiving high-tech care Term baby, separated for 6 hours Normal stress hormone level Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

6  Trying to make their experience similar to that of a breastfed infant

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10 Pathogens inhaled Pathogens ingested Antibodies produced and sent to breasts Antibodies incorporated into breastmilk Milk- producing cells in breast Broncho-mammary pathway ‘Instant’ protection from infection Entero-mammary pathway Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

11 Baby suckles NERVE IMPULSES HORMONES Pituitary gland stimulated Both breasts receive message Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

12 Breastfeeding is much more than a method of feeding Breastmilk is much more than food Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

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14 Beginning of feed - short, rapid sucks End of feed - ‘flutter sucking’ with occasional swallows Active feeding - long, slow, rhythmic sucking and swallowing, with pauses Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

15 Active feeding (1:1 or 1:2 swallowing) ‘Flutter sucking’ (fewer swallows) Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

16  Baby’s head and body in line (with freedom to tilt head back)  Baby held close to mother  Nose to nipple  Sustainable Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

17 This is what we need to see when a baby is attached correctly at the breast ! Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

18 Baby not close to mum. Baby on nipple centrally. Mouth not wide open. Clothes getting in way of close contact. Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

19 Mother  Sore nipples  Engorgement  Mastitis  Poor milk supply  Loss of confidence Baby  Feeding very frequently  Frustrated  Poor weight gain  Jaundiced  Hypernatraemia Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

20 This nipple is damaged on the tip and at the base. What has caused this trauma? Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

21  Prevention better than cure.  Positioning very important.

22 Most commonly problems with  Positioning.  Mums expectations re feeding….  Feed length and quantity.  Lack of rest for mum.  minimal impact Maternal diet.  Less that 2% of mothers can breastfeed.

23  Many medications have very little information on effects on the infant.  Drugs which have known effects - Details are listed under the relevant drug in the BNF

24  Thomas Hale Medications and mothers milk.  Drugs in Breast milk  B.N.F. suitability of breastfeeding with details of drug. Also research based medication details aimed at General Practitioners.

25  What would you say is most common Breast feeding problem?

26  Effective breast drainage – (always get mum to have attachment checked)  Hand expression  Anti-inflammatory therapy  Analgesics  Fluids  Rest  Antibiotics Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

27  Caused by stasis of milk  Begins with a blocked duct  Affects one or two lobes of one breast  May or may not be infected  Can produce flu-like symptoms (with or without infection) Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

28 What may have caused this condition? Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

29 Symptoms seen in mothers who have had or regularly suffer Thrush. In BF circles we are encouraged to treat mum and baby. Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

30  Examination and enquiry into signs and symptoms, in Baby café prior to request for treatment.

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32 Tongue tie can lead to poor milk transfer and damaged nipples Breastfeeding Training Pack © UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

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34 One line 25 min training suitable for CPPE / CPD portfolio. Unicef Baby Friendly training

35 Midwives, Health Visitors. Assistant Practitioners. Peer supporters. Baby Café Lactation consultants National suitable web sites for self help

36 BFN Breastfeeding Network Bumps to breastfeeding _ best beginnings. Small wonders. NHS Choices – Breastfeeding. Baby friendly website.BFI Unicef

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40 rts/training/modules/module3/text/module3 print.pdf

41  Local support. Sure start centres ? Active kids programmes ? Dieticians Healthy food input from school nurse. Upbeat kids, upbeat families. School nurses. Start 4 Life.

42 Cream, cheese added to meals which should be all full fat foods. Check iron levels. Orange juice with meals increases uptake of iron. Healthy start vitamins. Behaviour management ?


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