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1

A newborns diet should include what?

Protein, carbs, fat, vitamins, and minerals

2

What 2 proteins does human milk have?

Whey and Casein

3

Which protein is easier to digest and takes about 90min?

Whey

4

What protein inhibits the growth of iron dependent bacteria in the GI tract?

Lactoferrin

5

What supports the growth of lactobacillus (beneficial bacteria that protects against bacteria by creating an acidic environ.)?

Bifidus Factor

6

Breastmilk decreases the severity/frequency of illnesses and infections, SIDS, decreases risk of childhood cancers, obesity, diabetes, allergies, asthma, and improves IQ are all what?

Benefits of breastmilk to the baby

7

Breastfeeding helps return uterus to normal size, lose weight quicker, reduces risk of pre-menopausal, breast, uterine/ovarian cancer, diabetes, allergies, asthma, heart disease, osteoporosis, postpartum depression and MS are all what?

Benefits of breastfeeding to the mother

8

Breastmilk is easy to digest, contains passive immunity/nutrients and betters tooth/jaw development are all what?

Benefits of breastmilk to the baby

9

How many times should a mother attempt to breastfeed their newborn w/in the 1st 24hrs?

8-10 times

10

Cradle, cross cradle, football hold, and vertex/laid back are all what?

Types of breastfeeding positions

11

If a baby isn't feeding well, has insufficient wet/dirty diapers, low blood sugar, significant wt loss,or jaundice what needs to be ordered?

Supplementation

12

When should a mother start pumping if need be?

w/in 6hrs of birth

13

A mother should pump both breasts how many times and for how long in a 24hr time frame?

8-10 times for 15-20 min

14

Pumped milk can stay in the fridge for how long?

8days

15

Pumped milk can stay in a freezer or deep freezer for how long?

4mon, 6mon

16

How many extra calories should a mother eat a day when breastfeeding?

500

17

What type of birth control products should not be used bc it decreases the breastmilk supply?

Estrogen

18

What are Harvey Karp's 5 S's to get rid of colicky (winy/fussy) behavior?

Swaddling, Side/Stomach, Swing/Sway, Shush, Suck

19

What is the term used to describe # of times a woman has been pregnant regardless if it was carried to term and includes the current one?

Gravida

20

What is the term used to describe a woman who has a borne offspring who reached age of viability?

Para

21

What is the term used to describe a system used to describe obstetrical history?

TPAL method

22

What does TPAL stand for?

Term births. Preterm births. Abortions. Living children.

23

What does ROM stand for?

Rupture Of Membrane

24

What does PROM stand for?

Premature Rupture Of Membrane

25

What is the term used to describe due date or estimated calendar date when a baby will be born?

Estimated Date of Confinement (EDC)

26

What is the term used to describe a woman who hasn't given birth to a viable baby?

Nullipara

27

What is the term used to describe a woman who has given birth to her 1st child whether or not that child is living or was alive @ birth?

Primipara

28

What is the term used to describe a woman who has had more than 1 pregnancy in which the fetus was viable?

Multipara