Teaching Breastfeeding: A Case Study

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Teaching Breastfeeding: Environment, Positioning and Breast Care
Ashley Baker
Denver School of Nursing

Teaching Breastfeeding: Environment, Positioning and Breast Care
The clinical family that presented in the St. Anthony’s North hospital consisted of an Eighteen-year-old female gravida 1, parity 1, post-partum 24 hours after vaginal delivery of baby boy. Baby boy is having difficulty latching for more than a few sucks and mother is having difficulty with milk production, painful nipples and worried that her baby will not be able to breast feed. The mother of baby is accompanied by her mother (baby’s grandmother) and twenty-one year old boyfriend (baby’s father). The father is sitting in the corner chair sleeping, the mother is resting
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