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The Efficacy of Human Milk for all Infants

Presented by U.S. Leading Neonatologists


Description

Description

Join leading U.S. neonatologists Dr. Richard Schanler and Dr. Susan Landers as they present evidence supporting the efficacy of human milk administration in varying infant conditions. Leading talks include full term, late preterm and NICU infants. Discussed is the Baby Friendly initiative, donor human milk, the impact of maternal medications while breastfeeding, feeding issues in preemie and why human milk is the only milk for extremely-low-birth-weight (ELBW) infants.

Duration
8 Hours 0 Minutes
Course ID
1360003E

Credit Hours

  • Nursing - 6.0 Contact Hours
  • Dietitian - 6.0 CPE Credits

Outline

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss strategies to implementing the Baby Friendly initiative
  • Understand the evidence for late preterm and NICU infant  breastfeeding support
  • Discuss the use of maternal medications and breastfeeding
  • Understand why human milk is the only milk for extremely-low-birth-weight (ELBW) infants
  • Understanding preemie feeding issues