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Composition of breast milk

Maternal nutritional needs

Normal breastfeeding process

Positioning

Latch On

Suck/swallow/sequence

Timing (frequency and duration)

Feeding cues

Contraindications to breastfeeding

Maternal Complications

Latch on problems

Nipple problems

Breast engorgement

Insufficient milk supply

Therapeutic medications

Infection/Mastitis

Maternal illness

Perinatal substance abuse

Maternal/newborn separation

Newborn complications

Hyperbilirubinemia

Hypoglycemia

Multiple births

Prematurity

Patient Education

Breast/nipple care

Use of supplementary/ complementary feedings

Use of breastfeeding devices

Expressing and storing breast milk

Complications/ Contraindications

Mastitis/yeast infection

Nipple soreness

Breast engorgement

Medications effects

Breast reduction/ augmentation

Insufficient milk supply

Formula feeding

Composition of formula

Techniques

Special needs (e.g. cleft palate, PKU)

Pharmacology

Principles of administration

Dosage

Route

Common drugs used in neonates

Vitamin K

Antibiotics

Eye prophylaxis

HBIG/hepatitis B vaccine

Zidovudine

Vaccines

Candidate Guide:  LOW RISK NEONATAL NURSING

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