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% of breastmilk that is carbohydrates Approximately 7% Wikipedia. % of breastmilk that is fat Approximately 4% Hale and Hartman, 2007. Textbook of Human Lactation, page 50. % of breastmilk that is protein Approximately .8 - 1 % Mannel, Martens & Walker, 2008. Core Curriculum for ...

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What week gestation does the breast begin to develop in utero? 4th week of gestation Where does the primitive milk streak develop Bilaterally from the axilla to the groin By the 5th week gestation the milk streak becomes what? Mammary Milk Ridge (or milk line) Thickening and ...

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Innocenti Declaration Developed by WHO/UNICEF. International call for governments to support breastfeeding. Encourages governments to develop national breastfeeding policies and set goals. Code for Marketing breast milk substitutes Provides a model of marketing practices that permits the av...

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Fat soluble vitamins A,D,E,K Prolactin from anterior pituitary Oxytocin from posterior pituitary (OPP) Things that inhibit drug transfer high protein binding, low lipid solubility,low maternal plasma,high molecular weight Lactoferrin ferries iron (Fe) Alpha-la...

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How many ounces would you expect a 4 month old baby to gain each week? 5 to 7 ounces How much would you expect a 5 month old to weigh? Twice their birth weight How many ounces would you expect an 8 month old to gain each week? 3 to 5 ounces How much would you expect a 1 year ...

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IBCLC EXAM: Maternal Pathology Exam questions and answers 2024 already graded A+

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Hypoplasia/ Amastia abnormally shaped breasts with insufficient glandular tissue -widely spaced -asymmetric -pt may have had breast augmentation to correct appearance -few breast changes during pregnancy -no engorgement postpartum -possible connection to thyroid disease -low supply likel...

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IBCLC exam milk volumes and infant weights Exam questions and answers 2024 already graded A+

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volume of each feed in first 24 hrs 2-10 mL volume of each feed on day 2 5-15 mL volume of each feed on day 3 15-30 mL volume of each feed on day 4 30-60 mL volume of milk produced on days 1, 3 and 5 day 1: 37 mL/24 hrs day 3: 408 mL/24 hrs day 5: 705 mL/24hrs ...

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Philitrum What is the term of pointed area Good facial tone, buccal pads are efficient Why is this image ideal for successful breastfeeding? Poor facial tone Mouth typically is closed w/ proper facial tone Describe what is wrong Early feeding cue What is the baby telling you? ...

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What does LATCH stand for? Lips wide and uncurled, Assymetrical areola, Tongue forward, Chin forward, Head back What routines should be delayed until after initial breastfeeding? Measurements, eye prophylaxis, and vitamin K injection. What is the recommended delay time for routines s...

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IBCLC - Breast Anatomy Exam questions and answers 2024 already graded A+

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Gigantomastia Extreme growth of the breasts in pregnancy. Very rare. Potential hormonal cause. Milk Ejection Reflex Causes contraction of the myoepithelial cells. Requires oxytocin. Lactocytes Specialized epithelial cells that line the interior of the alveolus. Absorb nutrients, imm...

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< Less than > More than A Missing - amastia (no breast) ABM Artificial Baby Milk ABO Incompatibility Mother's blood type is O Infant's blood type is A, B, or AB Leads to rapid jaundice in infant ac before meals AGA appropriate for gestationa...

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IBCLC Exam: Research, Medications and Breast Milk Exam questions and answers 2024 already graded A+

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maternal plasma concentration main driver of milk concentration of drug as level in blood falls, drug diffuses out of milk back into blood molecular weight of drug drug over 800 Daltons doesn't pass into milk easily ex. insulin is 6000 Da heparin is 40,000 Da alcohol 200 Da caffeine 1...

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Milk that is produced during the first few days is referred to as what? Colostrum What is the name of infant feces that are stimulated by colostrum? Meconium What is the hormone that stimulates milk production? prolactin What hormone promotes the contraction of the myoepithel...

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IBCLC - Breastmilk Composition and Function Exam questions and answers 2024 already graded A

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Carbohydrates (calories) 40% of calories in BM come from carbohydrates Fats (calories) 50% of calories in breastmilk come from fats WHO Guidelines to Optimal Infant Feeding 1. BF directly at mother's breast 2. EBM from the mother 3. EBM from a donor 4. Artificial infant milk (fo...

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Which of the following maternal perinatal factors is MOST LIKELY to interfere with initiation of breastfeeding? Cesarean surgery A mother complains of incision pain following her cesarean birth and requests pain relief medication, but she is worried about the effect on her baby. Your FIRST...

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