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  1. Eliminate late onset (<72 hours) bacterial blood stream and CSF infections in infants in Ohio NICUs INTERVENTIONS • All pregnant women should be informed of the benefits of human milk • Antenatal consult (NICU MD and Lactation Consultation) on admission for high risk mothers (admitted for preterm labor or other complications) including • Benefit and importance of human milk as first feedings • Importance of early pumping for adequate and sustained milk supply • Use of donor milk if no maternal milk is available KEY DRIVERS Maternal education about the benefits (for both mother and infant) of HM SMART AIM Care practices that promote adequate supply of human milk • Encourage Kangaroo care • All Mothers should be shown (by LC or trained nursing staff) how to express their milk (both pumping and by hand expression) • Early initiation of pumping (within 6 hours of delivery) SMART Aim: In one year we will reduce late onset (<72 hours) blood stream/CSF infections in infants 22-29 week gestational age by 50% in Ohio NICUs Administrative/Leader and staff education to promote and support HM • Presentation of business case for human milk • Leadership commitment to communicate project goals (as they relate to the organizational strategic objectives) and support team by removing barriers to achieving them Optimize feeding practices to promote initial and persistent human milk feeds • Develop unit specific feeding guidelines/policies, to promote initial and persistent human milk feed Use of donor milk when mother’s milk not available or inadequate in volume • Policies to encourage use of donor mild from a certified milk bank, if MOM NA For all infants 22-29 weeks GA: HM begun within 72 hrs. in >80% >100 ml/kg/day of HM by 21 days of life >95% -MOM maximized -DM minimized -Formula eliminated