2004
DOI: 10.1590/s0021-75572004000700007
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Manejo clínico das disfunções orais na amamentação

Abstract: Suggested citation: Sanches MT. Clinical management of oral disorders in breastfeeding. J Pediatr (Rio J). 2004;80(5 Suppl):S155-S162. AbstractObjective: To address aspects associated with the early detection and clinical management of oral disorders in breastfeeding.Source of data: Review of bibliographic sources (research articles, technical books, dissertations and national and international publications) focused on the clinical management of oral disorders in breastfed babies.Summary of the findings: Sucti… Show more

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“…It is known that the function of sucking has great influence in breastfeeding 12,[21][22][23] . In clinical practice, one of the difficulties found by professional is the lack of an instrument that will aid them in the assessment of term babies' sucking 24 .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is known that the function of sucking has great influence in breastfeeding 12,[21][22][23] . In clinical practice, one of the difficulties found by professional is the lack of an instrument that will aid them in the assessment of term babies' sucking 24 .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Due to these, the care team should be prepared to the handling of the postpartum women, in order to help her face the first difficulties they may face, to avoid the early wean [28][29][30] .…”
Section: Acknowledgementmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…24 Another hypothesis to explain the effect of pacifier use as a risk factor for weaning is the mechanism called nipple confusion, which is already accepted as an explanation for the negative relationship between bottlefeeding and early weaning. 25 Despite the high frequency of children using pacifiers in …”
Section: Worth Mentioning the Marked Drop In Ebf Observedmentioning
confidence: 99%