segunda-feira, 28 de setembro de 2015

Whorkshop of Breastfeeding

Não sei se todos sabem, estou morando nos Estados Unidos a 2 meses e sexta-feira dei o meu primeiro curso aqui sobre amamentação.
Vou colocar um pouco do conteúdo que abordei no curso pra vocês.

Recommendations
WHO’s guidelines recommend “Breastmilk is the ideal food for the healthy growth and development of infants.
Babies need only  (exclusive) breastmilk for the first 6 months.
At about 6 months babies need to eat solid foods and continue to breastfeed for up to 2 years and beyond

Why breastfeeding is important
Breastfeeding is free.
Breastmilk is convenient; always the right temperature and available anytime.
Breastfeeding promotes bonding between you and your baby.
It protects your baby from many infections and illnesses.

Promotes proper jaw development.
 Promotes healthy brain development.
Helps in gastrointestinal development and function.
Helps in development of the immune system.
Helps in cognitive development of the infant.
Ways that breastfeeding can make your life easier.
Breastfeeding can save money.
Breastfeeding can feel great.
Breastfeeding can be good for mother’s health too (Type 2 diabetes, ovarian cancer, postpartum
depression).
Controls postpartum bleeding.
Helps you lose the weight you gained during pregnancy more quickly.

How often should you breastfeed?
Early and often! Breastfeeding as soon as possible after birth, then breastfeed at least 8 to 12 times
every 24 hours to make plenty of milk for your baby.
When your baby stops feeding on the first breast, offer the second breast.
On-demand

How long should feedings be?
Feedings may be 15 to 20 minutes or longer per breast. But there is no set time. Your baby will let
you know when he or she is finished.
Remember: watch your baby, not the clock

Risks of formula Feeding
Necrotizing enterocolitis: a disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract in preterm infants
Lower respiratory infections
Atopic desmatitis, a type of skin rash
Asthma
Obesity
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Childhood leukemia

How to tell if your baby is latched well?
Breastfeeding is comfortable for you.
Your baby has a strong, slow, regular suck.
You can hear swallowing.
Your baby’s mouth is wide open with flared lips.
Your baby’s ears or temple are moving while he sucks.
Your baby should be relaxed and content.

How  to know if your baby is getting enough milk
Frequent feeding 8-12 times daily
Infant should have about 6-8 wet diapers in a 24 hour period once breastfeeding is established
Infant should have minimum of 3-4 bowel movements every 24 hours.
Stools should be about one tablespoon or larger and should be soft and yellow after day 3.
Average daily weight gain of 15-30g.
Infant has regained birth weight gain of 15-30g.
Infant has regained birth weight by day 10 of life

Good websites and book
www.lalecheleague.org/
www.kellymom.com
The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, 8th edition (2010) Wiessinger, West, Pirtman

segunda-feira, 21 de setembro de 2015

Artigo dissertação

Demorou, mas ta ai!
Link do meu artigo da dissertação!
Boa leitura!

segunda-feira, 22 de dezembro de 2014

Association between perineal trauma and pain in primiparous women

Olá! Estive ausente, mas por uma boa causa...logo mais um artigo será publicado (o da minha dissertação)!
Este aqui está fresquinho...acabou de ser publicado, é fruto da iniciação científica da aluna Mirian da EEUSP. Aproveitem para atualizar as informações sobre trauma perineal em primíparas!

LINK

Beijos e boas festas!

quinta-feira, 23 de outubro de 2014

Seja doce com os bebês durante procedimentos dolorosos


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