Feasibility and safety of setting up a donor breastmilk bank in a neonatal prem unit in a resource limited setting: An observational, longitudinal cohort study
- Prolacta Bioscience(r) Applauds Johns Hopkins Research Reinforcing Benefits of Human Milk Over Formula for Extremely Premature Infants. // Biomedical Market Newsletter;6/9/2011, p1116
The article reports that Prolacta Bioscience applauds the study by Johns Hopkins Children's Center, which shows less risk of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) of premature babies fed with human donor milk. Prolacta applauds the study as it confirms the importance of their human milk-based, which...
- Breastmilk worth beaucoup bucks! // Mothering;Nov/Dec98, Issue 91, p55
Reports that breastmilk may be produced without cost, but that does not mean it has no value. Amount of pasteurized breastmilk supplied by milk banks in the United States; Costs of feeding a baby on purchased breastmilk for the first year.
- Human Milk has Anti-Oxidant Properties to Protect Premature Infants. Tsopmo, Apollinaire; Friel, James K. // Current Pediatric Reviews;2007, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p45
Human milk (HM) is recognized as the optimal form of nutrition in the newborn period, providing nutrients and a variety of components (minerals, vitamins, enzymes, hormones, growth factors, and immunoglobulins) that are very important for growth and healthy development. In the case of premature...
- Bacterial growth in raw and pasteurised human milk. Roberts, S.A.; Severn, M. // British Medical Journal;10/28/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6146, p1196
Examines safest form of breast milk for sick or premature neonates. Emphasis on risk of bacterial contamination; Impact of pasteurization on preserving antimicrobial properties; Effect of breast milk heating on supporting bacterial growth.
- DONOR MILK BANKS VS. MILK SHARING. Carney, Liesje Nieman // Today's Dietitian;Nov2011, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p44
The article discusses issues with informal milk sharing with the limited supply of screened, pasteurized breast milk from donor milk banks in the U.S. It talks about the history of milk banking, safety and pasteurization, recipient eligibility and donor criteria. It details how milk sharing...
- Abstracts. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;2/1/2006, Vol. 295 Issue 5, p479
The article presents abstracts of medical research. They include "Impact of Obesity and Smoking on Psoriasis Presentation and Management," "Childhood Residential Mobility and Multiple Health Risks During Adolescence and Adulthood: The Hidden Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences," "Resection and...
- Late Hemorrhagic Disease of Newborn in Infants with Hospital Deliveries. Gondhali, Shital Bhattad; Bhattad, Suresh H.; Nanoti, Girish; Dua, Himanshu; Asudani, Bhupendra // Indian Journal of Emergency Pediatrics;Apr-Jun2012, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p75
The low concentration of vitamin K in human breast milk and the predisposition to vitamin K deficiency bleeding following exclusive breast feeding is emerging as a matter of concern especially in developing countries where exclusive breast feeding is vigorously advocated to promote optimal...
- Mother's milk: they've found the secret ingredient. Ross, Emmar; Carey, Dorothy // Nutridate;Jul98, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p7
Reprints the article `Mother's milk: they've found the secret ingredient' which appeared in the April 18, 1998 issue of the `Sydney Morning Herald' which discusses how lactadherin in breastmilk protects babies from rotavirus infections.
- BREAST-FEEDING AND HEALTH IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN. Oddy, W.H. // Nutridate;Jul2000, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p1
Deals with the importance of breast milk to the health of infants in Australia.