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  • Osteoporosis and breast-feeding - query bank

    ... Question: What are the risks of breastfeeding in women with known osteopenia/osteoporosis...existing osteoporosis or osteopenia breastfeeding. (Mastaglia): A 22-year...post-delivery and after a 1 year breastfeeding period (expected average ~7-8...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 03 May 2012

  • Hepatitis B in pregnancy - query bank

    ...identified: United Kingdom national guideline on the management of the viral hepatitides A, B & C Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Vertical transmission (mother to infant) of infection occurs in ninety percent of pregnancies where the mother is hepatitis...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 25 January 2012

  • Management of women with obesity in pregnancy

    ...caesarean section rate17 and lower breastfeeding rate18 in this group of women compared...less likely to initiate or maintain breastfeeding. 18 Babies of obese mothers...supplementation daily during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.32 ‡ Pre-pregnancy BMI is inversely...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 30 March 2010

  • Standards Database

    ...newborn examination and in providing breastfeeding support. Services promote breastfeeding, whilst supporting all women whatever...of Health. 37 103 Information on breastfeeding is timely, consistent and reflects best...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 30 June 2008

  • Standards for Maternity Care

    ...nutrition and exercise, benefits of breastfeeding, sexual health and avoidance of substance...pathway, planning place of birth, breastfeeding, including workshops, participant...choice and to be fully informed that breastfeeding has many positive long-term healthcare...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 30 June 2008

  • Reducing Mother to Child Transmission of HIV Infection in the United Kingdom

    ...1012. b Dunn DT, Newell M-L, Ades AE, Peckham C (1992). Estimates of the risk of HIV-1 transmission through breastfeeding. Lancet; 340: 585-588. c Connor EM, Sperling RS, Gelber R et al (1994). Reduction of maternal–infant transmission...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 28 May 2009

  • Standards for Maternity Care

    ...nutrition and exercise, benefits of breastfeeding, sexual health and avoidance of substance...pathway, planning place of birth, breastfeeding, including workshops, participant...choice and to be fully informed that breastfeeding has many positive long-term healthcare...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 30 June 2008

  • Terms and Conditions of Service for Specialty Doctors (England, 2008)

    ...KIT day 20. Any employee who is breastfeeding must be risk assessed and facilities...pregnant, has recently given birth or is breastfeeding, the employer must carry out a risk...provisions also apply to an employee who is breastfeeding if it is found that her normal duties...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 05 February 2009

  • Terms and Conditions of Service for Associate Specialists (England, 2008)

    ...KIT day 20. Any employee who is breastfeeding must be risk assessed and facilities...pregnant, has recently given birth or is breastfeeding, the employer must carry out a risk...provisions also apply to an employee who is breastfeeding if it is found that her normal duties...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 05 February 2009

  • Providing equity of critical and maternity care for the critically ill pregnant or recently pregnant woman

    ...gestation. Postpartum care » Breastfeeding » No TILT required » A diuresis...midwife to take care of perineum, breastfeeding, bonding as per NICE postnatal care...pharmacists: drug safety, pregnancy and breastfeeding The maternity and general critical...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 02 November 2011

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