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BREASTFEEDING AND COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING: SITUATION IN INDIA. DR. SHRIRAM V GOSAVI PG COMMUNITY MEDICINE DEPT. MGIMS, SEVAGRAM. GLOBAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING. Initiation of early BF Exclusive breastfeeding Introduction of Complementary

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Breastfeeding and complementary feeding situation in india

BREASTFEEDING AND COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING: SITUATION IN INDIA

DR. SHRIRAM V GOSAVI

PG COMMUNITY MEDICINE DEPT.

MGIMS, SEVAGRAM


Global recommendations for infant and young child feeding

GLOBAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING

Initiation of early BF

Exclusive breastfeeding

Introduction of Complementary

feeding


Risk of neonatal mortality accordingto time of initiation of bf

RISK OF NEONATAL MORTALITY ACCORDINGTO TIME OF INITIATION OF BF


If increasing delay in initiation of breastfeeding

If increasing delay in initiation of breastfeeding

American Academy of Pediatrics

  • Overall late initiation (after day 1) was associated with a 2.6-fold risk of death from infectious disease

  • Partial breastfeeding during

    first month associated

    with 6 fold adjusted risk

    of death from infectious disease

    Source: Pediatr, 2005; 115:496–506.


U 5 deaths breastfeeding

U-5 Deaths & Breastfeeding


Progress in exclusive breastfeeding rates in 6 mths old child in world

PROGRESS IN EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING RATES IN <6 MTHS OLD CHILD IN WORLD


Trends in three indicator of breastfeeding in india

TRENDS IN THREE INDICATOR OF Breastfeeding IN INDIA


State wise situation of early initiation of breastfeeding with in 1 hr nfhs 3 2005 06

State wise situation of early initiation of Breastfeeding with in 1 hr, NFHS-3 (2005-06)


Early initiation of breastfeeding education of mother nfhs 3 2005 06

Early initiation of Breastfeeding & education of mother, NFHS-3 (2005-06)


Early initiation of breastfeeding wealth status nfhs 3 2005 06

Early initiation of breastfeeding & wealth status, NFHS-3 (2005-06)


Early initiation of breastfeeding the place of delivery nfhs 3 2005 06

Early initiation of breastfeeding & the place of delivery, NFHS-3 (2005-06)


State wise situation of exclusive breastfeeding 0 6 mths nfhs 3 2005 06

State wise situation of Exclusive Breastfeeding (0-6 Mths), NFHS-3 (2005-06)


State wise situation of complementary feeding 6 9 mths nfhs 3 2005 06

State wise situation of complementary feeding (6-9 Mths), NFHS-3 (2005-06)


Possible reasons for suboptimal breastfeeding complementry feeding

POSSIBLE REASONS FOR SUBOPTIMAL BREASTFEEDING & COMPLEMENTRY FEEDING

Lack of proper information to mothers

Lack of counseling on feeding of infants

Lack of proper feeding skill’s

Inadequate health care support

Inability of health care providers to help mothers experiencing breastfeeding difficulty

Aggressive promotion of baby foods by commercial industries &

Lack of proper support structures at community & work place like maternity entitlements & crèches


References

References

National Family Health Survey - 3. International Institute for Population Sciences. Availableat: http://www.nfhsindia.org/nfhs3_national_report.html

WHO/UNICEF Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child

Feeding, World Health Organization (WHO), 2002. Available

at: http://www.who.int/child-adolescent health/NUTRITION/

global_strategy.htm

American Academy of Pediatrics. Section on breastfeeding -Breastfeeding and the use of human milk. Pediatr 2005; 115: 496–506.

Dr. Arun Gupta et al. Breastfeeding and Complementary Feeding as a Public Health Intervention for Child Survival in India,

Indian Journal of Pediatric, Jan-2010.


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