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Asymmetric application: user guide.

  1. Asymmetric breast grip.
    Everyone knows why a proper attachment to the breast is necessary - it is painless feeding, and the absence of cracks, and a well-fed, satisfied child, and always enough milk. It is known that in the child’s mouth there should be not only a nipple, but also a large part of the areola - the dark areola. But how to implement it in practice? Let's see. The baby drains the milk from the breast.
  2. The duration of applying the baby to the breast
    With natural breastfeeding, the duration of attachment of the baby to the breast can vary from a few seconds to an hour, depending on the task that the child faces at one time or another. ^ Short attachments are associated with a feeling of thirst (breast milk is about 90% water), the need for energy, the need to ensure the normal functioning of the nervous system
  3. Proper attachment
    Breast milk secretion is directly dependent on the needs of the child: the more often he eats and the more he eats, the more milk the mammary glands produce. Therefore, pediatricians are advised to give one breast in one feeding. In the next - the other. Then it will accumulate enough milk. Proper attachment protects the nipples from injury, and the effect of quality emptying of the breast
  4. There is a little more about the correct attachment of the baby to the breast.
    Recently, more and more women are trying to feed their babies with breast milk; every year more and more new information appears that allows you to feed children longer. In this article we will talk about how to properly attach the baby to the breast, because the correct attachment is one of the components that ensures a pleasant and long-term feeding of infants with breast milk. Exactly the right
  5. The first principle of breastfeeding: proper attachment to the breast.
    When we understand the first principle of “proper breastfeeding,” we will be able to help start breastfeeding successfully, and also be able to prevent the most common difficulties, thanks to which breastfeeding will be successful in the future. Proper positioning of the child leads to proper attachment. Why proper attachment to the chest does not always work out.
  6. Proper attachment of the baby to the chest. What it is?
    When I start talking about right and wrong attachment of a child to my chest, I often hear the following phrase: “What do you mean? Is it possible to suck the breasts incorrectly? ”More often than not, I hear this question from medical staff. This made me particularly upset at the beginning of my work as a breastfeeding consultant when I heard this phrase from the medical staff.
  7. Mother's help in putting the baby to the breast
    If you want to help a mother, you must see how she feeds the child and decide whether she does it correctly or not (see Figures b and 7). {foto12} Figure 7. The baby sucks in the correct position. Signs that determine the correct position of the child during feeding - The child with the whole body is turned towards the mother and pressed against it. - The face of the child is close to the chest. - The baby's chin touches
  8. So, if I get my baby to be properly attached to my chest, I will never have nipple inflammation?
    Almost never, but there is one disease - a fungal infection called thrush (candida albicans) - which can occur, especially after antibiotic treatment. Women suffering from thrush experience burning pain in the chest, which remains after feeding. The skin at the same time can have a reddish shade, shine and be shelled. A child may have (but not always) white spots in the mouth or
  9. Method of defining leadership style
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  10. MANAGEMENT BY SHIP'S COLLECTIVE
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  11. Leader. Leadership. Manual
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  12. I.S. Sidorov, V.I. Kulakov, I.O. Makarov. Obstetrics Guide, 2006
    This manual is recommended by the Educational and Methodological Association for Medical and Pharmaceutical Education of Russian Universities as a teaching aid for the system of postgraduate professional education of doctors. In addition, it is also of interest to doctors of related specialties. The manual reflects all the main issues of the discipline, which allow the doctor the most
  13. STRUCTURE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE OF THE MANUAL
    To work on the project, a management group was created consisting of chief editors and managers. The project leaders studied the literature on the SMP available at the time of preparation of the publication and held a number of consultations. As a result, the project concept was developed, the stages and deadlines, requirements for the stages and performers were formulated; approved instructions and control methods. In the next stage
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