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fermer ce livreInfant Feeding in Emergencies: A Guide for Mothers (WHO; 1997; 48 pages)
Afficher le documentForeword
Afficher le documentIntroduction
Afficher le documentWhy is breastfeeding so important?
Afficher le documentAre commercially-made baby milks as good as breastfeeding?
Afficher le documentWhy are commercially-made baby milks not so good?
Afficher le documentBut can every woman breastfeed?
Afficher le documentBut why don't the experts tell us this if breastfeeding is so important?
Afficher le documentDo babies also need tea and water?
Afficher le documentWhen do babies need more than just breast-milk?
Afficher le documentSo a sick baby should go on breastfeeding?
Afficher le documentDo breastfed babies get fewer diseases?
Afficher le documentBut my friend's baby got ill and he was breastfed
Afficher le documentSo breastfeeding is like a medicine?
Afficher le documentPeople say that stress stops the milk, so during stressful times how can we breastfeed?
Afficher le documentWhat about women who have lost a lot of weight? Can they produce milk?
Afficher le documentDo we need special nutrition for breastfeeding?
Afficher le documentBut what about anaemic women? Does breastfeeding drain their strength?
Afficher le documentSomeone told me breastfeeding stopped you getting pregnant, but isn't that just a story?
Afficher le documentHow does breastfeeding work?
Afficher le documentWhat about women with small breasts or flat nipples?
Afficher le documentYou said the baby has a part too. What can he do?
Afficher le documentWhy is the baby's suckling-action important?
Afficher le documentHow does a baby stimulate the milk?
Afficher le documentThe first principle of breastfeeding: good attachment
Afficher le documentWhy does good attachment not always come naturally to the baby?
Afficher le documentWhy does the baby not always get this right?
Afficher le documentSometimes it is hard to get a baby close because he is swaddled and his clothing gets in the way
Afficher le documentEven if my baby attaches well, how can I be sure there will be enough milk?
Afficher le documentYou said earlier that milk changes during a feed. Can you explain that?
Afficher le documentBut I thought you must feed from both breasts?
Afficher le documentYou said earlier that confidence was important but not everyone has that. What can we do?
Afficher le documentI know women with breastfeeding problems. Can they be helped?
Afficher le documentMy mother told me that you always get sore nipples and you just have to put up with them
Afficher le documentWhat about special creams for sore nipples? How can we get them during an emergency?
Afficher le documentWith this baby-led feeding how can I be hygienic and wash my nipples?
Afficher le documentSo if I get my baby well-attached, I will never get sore nipples?
Afficher le documentYou say breastfeeding should not hurt, but what about the engorgement that every woman gets a few days after the birth?
Afficher le documentYou mentioned blocked ducts, mastitis and abscess. Are they common and how can we treat them?
Afficher le documentAll these problems make breastfeeding look too difficult
Afficher le documentYou said earlier that you can breastfeed even if you have stopped completely. How can this be done?
Afficher le documentFood supplies can be precarious. How can we feed the babies over 6 months who need more than breast-milk alone?
Afficher le documentWhat about premature or very small babies?
Afficher le documentI can see the reason for expressing milk for sick or premature babies, but must all women learn to express?
Afficher le documentHow do I express milk?
Afficher le documentI can see that breastfeeding is possible in most cases, but we still have to face the times when it is not possible: emergencies create orphans, abandoned babies and severely ill or wounded mothers
Afficher le documentIs it possible to feed a baby artificially without a bottle?
Afficher le documentHow do you cup-feed a baby?
Afficher le documentA final word
 

Infant Feeding in Emergencies: A Guide for Mothers

Prepared for the

Programme for Nutrition Policy,
Infant Feeding and Food Security
Lifestyles and Health Unit
World Health Organization
Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen

EU/ICP/LVNG 01 02 08

Revised September 1997

Target 16 HEALTHY LIVING

By the year 2000, there should be continuous efforts in all Member States to actively promote and support healthy patterns of living through balanced nutrition, appropriate physical activity, healthy sexuality, good stress management and other aspects of positive health behaviour.

Keywords

BREASTFEEDING
EMERGENCIES
INFANT NUTRITION

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