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ABM Publishes Protocols to Facilitate Best Practices in Breastfeeding Medicine These protocols serve only as guidelines for the care of breastfeeding mothers and infants and do not delineate an exclusive course of treatment or serve as standards of medical care. Variations in treatment may be appropriate according to […]

ABM Publishes Protocols to Facilitate Best Practices in Breastfeeding Medicine

These protocols serve only as guidelines for the care of breastfeeding mothers and infants and do not delineate an exclusive course of treatment or serve as standards of medical care. Variations in treatment may be appropriate according to the needs of an individual patient.

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Translated protocols that appear here have undergone a rigorous two-way translation to provide complete accuracy. Please be aware that translations that appear elsewhere, such as on other websites, are not ‘official’ ABM translations and ABM cannot assure their accuracy.


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Corrections to Published ABM Clinical Protocols


1. HYPOGLYCEMIA view online

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2. GOING HOME/DISCHARGE view online

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3. SUPPLEMENTATION view online

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4. MASTITIS view online

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5. PERIPARTUM BF MANAGEMENT view online

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6. BEDSHARING AND BREASTFEEDING view online

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7. MODEL HOSPITAL POLICY view online

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8. HUMAN MILK STORAGE view online

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9. GALACTOGOGUES view online

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10. BREASTFEEDING THE LATE PRE-TERM INFANT view online

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11. NEONATAL ANKYLOGLOSSIA view online

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12. NICU GRADUATE GOING HOME

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13. CONTRACEPTION AND BREASTFEEDING view online

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14. CARE FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN view online

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15. ANALGESIA AND ANESTHESIA FOR THE BREASTFEEDING MOTHER view online

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16. BREASTFEEDING THE HYPOTONIC INFANT view online

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17. GUIDELINES FOR BREASTFEEDING INFANTS WITH CLEFT LIP, CLEFT PALATE, OR CLEFT LIP AND PALATE view online

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18. USE OF ANTIDEPRESSANTS IN NURSING MOTHERS view online

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19. BREASTFEEDING PROMOTION IN THE PRENATAL SETTING view online

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20. ENGORGEMENT view online

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21. SUBSTANCE USE AND BREASTFEEDING view online

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22. JAUNDICE view online

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23. NON-PHARMACOLOGIC MANAGEMENT OF PROCEDURE-RELATED PAIN IN THE BREASTFEEDING INFANT view online

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24. ALLERGIC PROCTOCOLITIS IN THE EXCLUSIVELY BREASTFED INFANT view online

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25. PREPROCEDURAL FASTING FOR THE BREASTFEEDING INFANT view online

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26. PERSISTENT PAIN view online

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27. BREASTFEEDING AN INFANT OR YOUNG CHILD WITH INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES view online

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28. PERIPARTUM ANALGESIA AND ANESTHESIA FOR THE BREASTFEEDING MOTHER view online

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29. IRON, ZINC, AND VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION DURING BREASTFEEDING view online

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30. BREAST MASSES, BREAST COMPLAINTS, AND DIAGNOSTIC BREAST IMAGING IN THE LACTATING WOMAN view online

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31. RADIOLOGY AND NUCLEAR MEDICINE STUDIES IN LACTATING WOMEN view online

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32. MANAGEMENT OF HYPERLACTATION view online

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