TITLE

Uso de suplementador y sacapezones como métodos efectivos que fomentan la lactancia materna

AUTHOR(S)
González-García, Montserrat; Flores-Trejo, Leticia; Villarreal-Garza, Noé
PUB. DATE
January 1998
SOURCE
Perinatologia y Reproduccion Humana;ene-mar1998, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p56
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
RESUMEN Aunque la mayoría de las mujeres están capacitadas para ofrecer seno materno a sus hijos, existen ocasiones en las que hay necesidad de suplementar al recién nacido mientras se instala una producción suficiente de leche o cuando los requerimientos fisiológicos exceden a la producción materna en las primeras horas de vida; otras mujeres requieren apoyo para corregir sus pezones planos o invertidos. Estas dos situaciones constituyen obstáculos para el éxito de la lactancia causando ansiedad en la madre que se siente incapaz de amamantar a su hijo, decidiéndose por la utilización de biberones causando un destete precoz.Objetivo: Evaluar la efectividad del suplementador y el sacapezones en el fomento a la lactancia.Material y métodos. El estudio se realizó en el Hospital General de Cerralvo, de 2º nivel de la SSA, certificado como Hospital Amigo del Niño y de la Madre, en forma prospectiva, observacional, captándose 83 recién nacidos de término, neurológicamente íntegros con reflejos de succión, rotación y apertura presentes y normales, en alojamiento conjunto.Resultados. En 24 casos se utilizó suplementador, de estos 18 se colocaron por producción insuficiente de leche, 4 fueron por aumento en la demanda (2 microsómicos) y una pareja de gemelos). En 10 pacientes se utilizó sacapezones, 9 de ellas por pezón plano y una por pezón invertido. Aunque existen en el mercado utilizamos para su fabricación en el suplementador una jeringa de plástico, desechable de 20 ml. sin émbolo y sin aguja, conectada a una sonda de alimentación 5 French sin punta, la cual se colocaba en la línea media del tórax por debajo del nivel de los pezones, la punto de la sonda terminaba en el pezón, todo con el fin de ejercer la salida de leche por succ...
ACCESSION #
3747625

 

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