Give infants no food or drink other than breast-milk, unless medically indicated.
Clinical Guidelines for the Establishment of Exclusive Breastfeeding
Feeding at the Breast and Expressed Milk Feeding: Associations with Otitis Media and Diarrhea in Infants
Bottle Size and Weight Gain Feeding at the Breast and Expressed Breastmilk
Excess weightloss in breastfed newborns
Administration of contrast medium in breastfeeding mothers
The significance of weight loss in the first few days after birth
Risk of Bottle-Feeding for Rapid Weight Gain During the First Year of Life - Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine
Do Infants Fed from Bottles Lack Self-regulation of Milk Intake Compared with Directly Breastfed Infants?
The Significance of Weight Loss in the First Few Days After Birth by Jenny Thomas, MD, MPH, IBCLC
Alternative Feeding Methods Policy (Courtesy of UC San Diego)
Hypoglycemia: Management of Newborns at Risk- (Courtesy of USCD)
Supplement Stamp Example
Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA)
HMBANA advances the field of nonprofit milk banking through member accreditation, development of evidence-based best practices, and advocacy of breastfeeding and human lactation to ensure an ethically sourced and equitably distributed supply of donor human milk.
Oklahoma Mothers Milk Bank (OMMB)
For more information, call 405-297-LOVE(5683)
Milk sharing: from private practice to public pursuit
Although women have always shared their milk, in many settings infant formula has become the "obvious" alternative to a mother's own milk. Yet an internationally endorsed recommendation supports mother-to-mother milk sharing as the best option in place of a birth mother's milk.
OSHA and CDC Guidelines Related to Human Milk Exposure
Supplement Scripting Examples
Supplement Notation Example
Consent to Supplement Form
WHO Guide for How to Prepare Formula for Bottle Feeding at Home