Breastfed and formula fed infants have different risks regarding neonatal jaundice, which we will discuss in detail.
The Breastfeeding Medicine Podcast
The Breastfeeding Medicine Podcast was created by Anne Eglash MD, IBCLC, FABM, is cohosted with Karen Bodnar MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP, and is produced by IABLE. Dr. Bodnar and Dr. Eglash review recent research articles that have a potential impact on clinical practice. Please join us at our facebook page to share comments and questions!
The Academy of Breastfeeding medicine is an international multispecialty physician organization dedicated to educating physicians and other health care professionals regarding breastfeeding and human lactation.
Breastfeeding and the Late Preterm Nancy Wight, MD The late preterm often falls through the cracks in routine hospital care that is designed for healthy term infants. Hospitals need to recognize the special needs of late preterm infants. We will discuss optimal ways to support the late preterm in the hospital and upon discharge to […]
Hand expression of breasts in addition to pumping has been shown to be superior in establishing and maintaining the milk supply when the baby is unable to nurse at the breast. Dr. Jane Morton discusses findings in her hand expression study, and explain why hand expression makes sense.
It is recommended that all breastfed infants receive vitamin D starting after birth. This recording discusses vitamin D metabolism, risks of vitamin D deficiency, recommendations for vitamin D supplementation, and measurement of vitamin D levels.
The Non-Latching Infant Christina Smilie MD Promoting latch in the hospital; hospital interventions that interrupt breastfeeding; importance of skin to skin; importance of hand expression to maintain a healthy milk supply; the prognosis of the nonlatching infant.
This recording explores the definition of tongue-tie, and risks of a tight lingual frenulum; how to diagnose tongue-tie; indications, risk, and procedure of releasing a tight lingual frenulum in a breastfeeding infant.
The history of human milk banks in the USA and Canada; the safety, cost and insurance coverage of pasteurized donor human milk; recipients of donor human milk; making human milk the standard of care for babies in the NICU
The importance of human milk for babies in the neonatal intensive care unit, and the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis and other illnesses for babies subjected to artificial feeding. The definition, safety, and benefits of pasteurized donor human milk are also discussed.