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Обеспечение грудного вскармливания — важная задача педиатра

Аннотация

В статье проанализирован ряд проблем грудного вскармливания, существующих в настоящее время. Приведены данные о составе грудного молока у различных контингентов женщин, рекомендуемых сроках начала и длительности грудного вскармливания. Рассматриваются принципы оценки эффективности и преимущества пролонгированного грудного вскармливания на основе сравнительной оценки физического и нервно-психического развития, а также заболеваемости детей при различных видах вскармливания. Представлены методики оптимизации грудного вскармливания, в том числе с помощью современных электронных молокоотсосов. 
Ключевые слова: дети грудного возраста, грудное вскармливание, молокоотсосы.

Об авторе

И.А. Беляева
Научный центр здоровья детей РАМН, Москва


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Беляева И. Обеспечение грудного вскармливания — важная задача педиатра. Вопросы современной педиатрии. 2011;10(3):86–91.

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Belyaeva I. REALIZING OF BREAST FEEDING IS NECESSARY OBJECTIVE OF A PEDIATRICIAN. Current Pediatrics. 2011;10(3):86–91. (In Russ.)

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