Breastfeeding Introduction

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BREAST FEEDING STUDY
Breast-feeding is as old as human kind. It is universally acknowledged to be the best and complete food for infants as it fulfills specific nutritional need. It is the feeding of an infant or young child with breast milk directly from human breasts, it is said not to be something really important in infants, and breast feeding has positive effects on people if given at time of birth to up to six months.
1.) General hypothesis; children who are breastfeed at birth up to six months are usually smarter than kids who weren’t breast feed, children who are breast feed have better bonding with the mothers and better relationship skills.
2.) Experimental hypothesis; Babies who are first fed
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Crowding plus hygiene are really protective alongside gastroenteritis, however we incorrectly point their results to breast-feeding.
6.) Knowledge and support must also be considered causal factors in this study as a special nurse worked with the mothers of the experimental group to stimulate and encourage breastfeeding. Enthusiastic support and involvement of health team in promotion and practice of early initiation of breast feeding is considered essential to achieve prime health, progress and development of new born baby as well as mother and to improve “maternal infant bonding”. Factors that imitate the purpose, beginning plus length of breast feeding are complex and consequently to address these factors, specialized approach is
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During phase-I, the mothers were contacted after one hour of the delivery asked about the initiation of breast-feeding. If the breast-feeding was not initiated within one hour of the delivery, then the mother- infant dyad was considered in the control group but if the breast feeding was initiated within one hour of the delivery, then the mother- infant dyad was considered in the experimental group. Identification perform was filled at one hour. The assessment of “maternal infant bonding” was filled at 24 and 48 hours of the delivery. During phase-II, the mothers were contacted within one hour of the delivery. Mother- infant dyads were considered in the experimental group. Breast-feeding was commenced within one hour of the delivery using the developed protocol, Identification Performa was filled at one hour and the tool to assess “maternal- infant bonding” was implemented at 24 and 48 hours of the

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