1 online resource (xiii, 122 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Alcohol use -- Allergy -- Biting breast, onset at 6 months -- Breast mass -- Breast pain -- Breast pain, chronic >1 week -- Breastfeeding in the first few weeks: simplify your life (advice only) -- Breastfeeding station supplies (advice only) -- Child care and breastfeeding (advice only) -- Clicking or noisy nursing -- Color change of human milk -- Constipation in the breastfed baby -- Contraception, lactation amenorrhea method (advice only) -- Cosleeping/bed sharing and breastfeeding (advice only) -- Distraction, onset at 4 months -- Early weight loss, birth hospital or first week -- Emotional symptoms with letdown -- Engorgement -- Environmental exposures and toxins -- Exclusive pumping -- Expression of human milk: pumping, parts and cleaning equipment, hand expression (advice only) -- Fathers (advice only) -- Feeding more frequently -- Feeding the baby with cleft lip or palate -- Feeding the baby with hypotonia -- Feeding the baby with trisomy 21 syndrome (Down syndrome) -- Fortification of human milk recipes (advice only) -- Fussiness, colic, and crying in the breastfed baby -- Gassiness in the breastfed baby -- Itching of the breast/nipple area -- Jaundice, newborn -- Late preterm newborn -- Lifestyle or personal care questions (advice only) -- Long-term breastfeeding (advice only) -- Low milk supply -- Low milk supply in older baby >6 months -- Marijuana use -- Maternal anesthesia/analgesia (advice only) -- Maternal contraindications/causes for concern with breastfeeding (advice only) -- Maternal illnesses (advice only) -- Maternal ingestion of foods and herbs (advice only) -- Maternal medications (advice only) -- Maternal methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus -- Maternal postpartum depression -- Maternal postpartum vaginal bleeding -- Maternal smoking, vaping, and cessation strategies -- Milk leaking from newborn's breasts (galactorrhea) -- Milk storage and return to work/school -- Mistaken milk ingestion, milk sharing -- Multiples (advice only) -- Newborn contraindications to breastfeeding (advice only) -- Nipple abnormality: flat/short, inverted, large, or bulbous -- No latch or inability to latch -- Nursing strike or refusal -- Nursing with pregnancy -- Overactive letdown/overabundant milk supply -- Pacifiers and slow-flow nipples (advice only) -- Referral to local resources -- Refusing bottle, preferring to nurse -- Sleepy newborn -- Sore nipples -- Spitting up (reflux) -- Substances of abuse (illicit drugs) -- Tandem nursing -- Taste change of human milk -- Tongue-tie -- Vitamin D, iron, and zinc supplementation -- Weaning -- Appendices. Breastfeeding touchpoints for overcoming obstacles to exclusivity -- Quick reference for pain with breastfeeding -- References for all protocols.
"Created by a leading breastfeeding and phone care practitioner, this newly revised problem-solver helps nurses, lactation professionals, and other medical staff confidently advise breastfeeding mothers"--Publisher's description.
Description based on online resource; title from electronic title page (AAP, viewed August 29, 2018).
Master record variable field(s) change: 072
Electronic book available through LTC library's EBSCOhost Ebook Collection
American Academy of Pediatrics, issuing body.
Print version: Bunik, Maya, Breastfeeding telephone triage and advice. 3rd edition. Itasca, IL : American Academy of Pediatrics,  9781610021975 (OCoLC)1031909553