Induced lactation and relactation

Thorley, Virginia (2013). Induced lactation and relactation. In Rebecca Mannel, Patricia J. Martens and Marsha Walker (Ed.), Core curriculum for lactation consultant practice 3rd ed. (pp. 675-700) Burlington, MA, United States: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

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Author Thorley, Virginia
Title of chapter Induced lactation and relactation
Title of book Core curriculum for lactation consultant practice
Place of Publication Burlington, MA, United States
Publisher Jones & Bartlett Learning
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Open Access Status
Edition 3rd
ISBN 9780763798796
0763798797
Editor Rebecca Mannel
Patricia J. Martens
Marsha Walker
Chapter number 35
Start page 675
End page 700
Total pages 6
Total chapters 43
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
OBJECTIVES

• Define induced lactation and relactation.
• Discuss the historical basis and cultural issues of induced lactation and
  relactation.
• List indications for inducing lactation and for relactation .
• Describe infant-related factors that influence the outcome of induced lactation.
• Describe the hormonal and physiological changes required for lactation to occur
  nonpuerperally.
• Describe physical and nonpharmaceutical actions that can assist in inducing
   lactation and relactation.
• List medications prescribed to induce lactation and/or relactate and levels of
  evidence.
• Describe nonpharmaceutical substances traditionally used as galactogogues and
  the level of evidence for their efficacy.
• Describe management of induced lactation and relactation .
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