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Counseling the nursing mother : a lactation consultant's guide / Judith Lauwers, Anna Swisher.

Author:
Lauwers, Judith, 1949- [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Sudbury, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, c2011.
Εdition:
5th ed.
Description:
xiii, 799 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • PART 1. PROMOTION AND SUPPORT -- Chapter 1. Breastfeeding Promotion in the Modern World -- Infant Feeding Practices Throughout History -- Breastfeeding as an Infant Health Issue -- Breastfeeding as a Women's Health Issue -- Cultural Influences on Infant Feeding -- Breastfeeding as an Economic Issue -- International Breastfeeding Promotion Initiatives -- Current Breastfeeding Recommendations -- Summary -- Chapter 1. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 2. Lactation Consultants as Part of the Healthcare Team -- The Healthcare Team Approach -- The Lactation Consulting Profession -- Practicing in a Hospital -- Practicing in a Health Clinic -- Working in a Physician Group -- Practicing in Home Health Care -- Working in Private Practice -- Other Members of the Healthcare Team -- The Mother's Role on the Healthcare Team -- Summary -- Chapter 2. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 3. A Sociological Perspective on Breastfeeding Support -- Organization of a Society -- The Process of Socialization -- Social Behavior -- Relationships -- Knowledge and Culture -- Decision Making -- Summary -- Chapter 3. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 4. Empowering Women to Breastfeed -- Health Consumerism -- Adult Learning Approach -- Confidence in Breastfeeding -- Components of Communication -- Humor as a Communication Tool -- Summary -- Chapter 4. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 5. Counseling Skills: Learning How to Help Mothers -- The Counseling Process -- Methods and Skills in Counseling -- Counseling Examples -- Summary -- Chapter 5. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 6. Client Consultations -- Reaching Out Through Anticipatory Guidance -- Problem Solving with Mothers -- Consultation Methods -- Elements in a Consultation -- Documenting a Feeding -- Summary -- Chapter 6. At a Glance -- References -- PART 2. THE SCIENCE OF LACTATION -- Chapter 7. The Science of Lactation -- Anatomy of the Breast -- Mammary Growth and Development -- Hormonal Impact on Lactation -- Milk Synthesis -- Milk Ejection Reflex (Letdown) -- Variations in Breast Structure and Function -- Summary -- Chapter 7. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 8. Maternal Health and Nutrition -- Nutrition Education -- The Basic Nutrients -- Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation -- Making Healthy Food Choices -- Offering Nutrition Suggestions to Mothers -- Summary -- Chapter 8. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 9. Properties of Human Milk -- Colostrum: The Early Milk -- Transition to Mature Milk -- Composition of Human Milk -- Health Benefits of Human Milk -- Differences Between Human Milk and Infant Formula -- Summary -- Chapter 9. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 10. Impurities in Human Milk -- Medications -- Social Toxicants -- Breast Implants -- Environmental Contaminants -- Counseling a Mother About Impurities -- Summary -- Chapter 10. At a Glance -- References -- PART 3. PRENATAL THROUGH POSTPARTUM -- Chapter 11. Prenatal Considerations -- The Decision to Breastfeed -- Preparation for Breastfeeding -- Selecting a Physician or Midwife -- Summary -- Chapter 11. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 12. Hospital Practices That Support Breastfeeding -- Setting the Stage Prior to Birth -- Supportive Labor and Delivery Practices -- Creating a Supportive Postpartum Environment -- Postpartum Care Plans -- Baby-Friendly Hospital Practices -- Summary -- Chapter 12. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 13. Infant Assessment and Development -- Assessment of the Newborn -- Digestion -- Infant Communication -- Infant Behavior Patterns -- Infant Growth -- Sleeping Patterns -- Crying and Colicky Behavior -- Summary -- Chapter 13. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 14. Getting Breastfeeding Started -- Getting Ready to Nurse -- Beginning the Feeding -- Assisting at a Feeding -- Breastfeeding Positions -- Breastfeeding Multiples -- Tandem Nursing -- Summary -- Chapter 14. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 15. Infant Attachment and Sucking -- Sucking and Suckling -- Sucking at the Breast Versus a Bottle -- Latching the Baby -- Milk Transfer -- Problems with Latch -- Problems with Sucking -- Summary -- Chapter 15. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 16. Breastfeeding in the Early Weeks -- Commitment to Breastfeed -- Establishing Milk Production -- Leaking -- Nipple Soreness -- Engorgement -- Plugged Ducts -- Milk Blister or Milk Bleb -- Mastitis -- Summary -- Chapter 16. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 17. Breastfeeding Beyond the First Month -- Patterns of Growth in a Breastfed Baby -- Infant Development -- Breastfeeding an Older Baby -- Sustaining Breastfeeding Beyond 1 Year -- Nourishment Away from the Breast -- Weaning -- Summary -- Chapter 17. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 18. Problems with Milk Production and Transfer -- Perception of Insufficient Milk Production -- Mothers at Risk for Low Milk Production -- Concerns About Infant Growth -- Summary -- Chapter 18. At a Glance -- References -- PART 4. SPECIAL CARE -- Chapter 19. Changes in the Family -- Acquiring the Parental Role -- Becoming a Mother -- Becoming a Father -- Changes in Family Relationships -- Sibling Reactions and Adjustments -- Summary -- Chapter 19. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 20. Special Counseling Circumstances -- Mother's Lifestyle -- Opposition to Breastfeeding -- Low-Income Mothers -- Single Mothers -- Teen Mothers -- Cultural Competence in Helping Mothers -- Mother-to-Mother Support Groups -- Summary -- Chapter 20. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 21. Breastfeeding Techniques and Devices -- Breastfeeding Techniques -- Breastfeeding Devices -- Digital Techniques -- Milk Expression -- Alternative Feeding Methods -- Summary -- Chapter 21. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 22. Temporary Breastfeeding Situations -- Hyperbilirubinemia (Jaundice) -- Delayed Onset of Breastfeeding -- Relactation -- Nursing an Adopted Baby -- Breastfeeding During Emergencies -- Baby Losing Interest in Breastfeeding -- Baby Prefers One Breast -- Summary -- Chapter 22. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 23. High-Risk Infants -- Prolonged Hospitalization of the High-Risk Infant -- Preterm Infant -- Other Babies Not Born at Term -- Counseling a Mother Whose Baby Has Died -- Summary -- Chapter 23. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 24. When Breastfeeding Is Interrupted -- Managing Breastfeeding Through a Separation -- Short-Term Separations -- Supporting Working Mothers -- The Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace -- Summary -- Chapter 24. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 25. Long-Term Maternal and Infant Conditions -- Special Maternal Health Conditions -- Special Infant Health Conditions -- Summary -- Chapter 25. At a Glance -- References -- PART 5. ROLE OF THE IBCLC -- Chapter 26. Professional Considerations -- Acquiring the Role of Lactation Consultant -- Preparing for the Profession -- Professional Practice -- Code of Ethics -- Legal Considerations -- Developing Resources -- Promoting Your Services -- Educating the Healthcare Team -- Maturing Through Experience -- Avoiding Professional Burnout -- Summary -- Chapter 26. At a Glance -- References -- Chapter 27. Critical Reading and Review of Research -- Online Journals -- Types of Articles in Scientific Journals -- Structure of a Scientific Article -- Critical Reading of a Scientific Article -- Practicing Critical Reading Skills -- Summary -- Chapter 27. At a Glance -- Chapter 28. Breastfeeding Promotion and Change -- Strong Leadership -- Increasing Self-Confidence -- Increasing Assertiveness -- Becoming a Change Agent -- Beginning the Process of Change --
  • Turning the Tide in Breastfeeding Promotion -- Summary -- Chapter 28. At a Glance -- References -- Glossary -- APPENDICES -- Appendix A. Code of Ethics for International Board Certified Lactation Consultants -- Appendix B. Scope of IBCLC Practice -- Appendix C. Standards of Practice for Lactation Consultants -- Appendix D. Clinical Competencies for IBCLC Practice -- Appendix E. Baby Feeding Requirements -- Appendix F. WHO Weight Charts -- Appendix G. Spanish Breastfeeding Glossary -- Appendix H. Professional Resources.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
  • 9780763780524 (casebound)
  • 0763780529 (casebound)
LCCN:
2010016445
OCLC:
608618174
Related name:
RCP:
C - S