Clinician's Guide to Supporting Women With Breast Milk Pumping.

Clinician's Guide to Supporting Women With Breast Milk Pumping. The benefits of breastfeeding and breast milk are well established. Women may intend to exclusively breastfeed their infants, but they often need to provide expressed breast milk upon returning to employment or other activities. Without specialized lactation services, women may turn to health care providers, social media, and Web-based information for support and education. Nurses can support breastfeeding women and help them make informed decisions by providing factual, practical information about breast pumps, expression and storage of breast milk, options for testing breast milk, and available resources. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing for women's health Pubmed

Clinician's Guide to Supporting Women With Breast Milk Pumping.

Nursing for women's health, Volume 23 (5): 10 – Oct 8, 2019
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Clinician's Guide to Supporting Women With Breast Milk Pumping.

Nursing for women's health, Volume 23 (5): 10 – Oct 8, 2019

Abstract

The benefits of breastfeeding and breast milk are well established. Women may intend to exclusively breastfeed their infants, but they often need to provide expressed breast milk upon returning to employment or other activities. Without specialized lactation services, women may turn to health care providers, social media, and Web-based information for support and education. Nurses can support breastfeeding women and help them make informed decisions by providing factual, practical information about breast pumps, expression and storage of breast milk, options for testing breast milk, and available resources.
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10.1016/j.nwh.2019.07.003

Abstract

The benefits of breastfeeding and breast milk are well established. Women may intend to exclusively breastfeed their infants, but they often need to provide expressed breast milk upon returning to employment or other activities. Without specialized lactation services, women may turn to health care providers, social media, and Web-based information for support and education. Nurses can support breastfeeding women and help them make informed decisions by providing factual, practical information about breast pumps, expression and storage of breast milk, options for testing breast milk, and available resources.

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Nursing for women's healthPubmed

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