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26 List of Tables

Published onJul 01, 2018
26 List of Tables

Table 1.1 Breastfeeding rates in countries with the highest child mortality rates, 2015.

Table 1.2 Breastfeeding rates in countries with the highest newborn and child deaths, 2015.

Table 4.1 Prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding postpartum (%).

Table 5.1 Selected anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory components in human milk.

Table 5.2 Milk composition (% weight) among nine species.

Table 5.3 Infant mortality up to the age of 10 months in Germany year 1885 in breastfed and infant fed animal milks.

Table 7.1 The major molecules in human milk and their functions.

Table 10.1 Summary of characteristics of different breastfeeding issue frames.

Table 11.1 Disease conditions where breastfeeding was convincingly found to be protective for the United Kingdom population.

Table 11.2 Economic impact of suboptimal breastfeeding reported by Renfrew et al. 2012.

Table 11.3 New evidence on the economic impact of suboptimal breastfeeding.

Table 11.4 Cost-effectiveness of breastfeeding interventions.

Table 11.5 Example incremental costs for Lancashire region (UK) of implementing multifaceted breastfeeding interventions as reported by Renfrew et al.

Table 11.6 Potential cost-savings in the Lancashire region (UK) reported by Renfrew et al.

Table 16.1 Sample messaging and talking points to share evidence about the importance of human milk feedings with families of premature infants in the NICU.

Table 16.2 Tools to monitor human milk volume for breast pump-dependent mothers of NICU infants.

Table 16.3 Common recommendations about post-NICU breastfeeding that are inappropriate and appropriate for premature infants.

Table 20.1 Analgetics in human milk.

Table 20.2 Antibiotics in human milk.

Table 20.3 Antidepressant drugs in human milk.

Table 22.1 Key concepts, definitions, and uses of behavioural change social marketing campaigns.

Table 22.2 Enabling factors for the dissemination, diffusion, scale up, and sustainability of exclusive breastfeeding by AIDED framework components.

Table 22.3 Barriers to the dissemination, diffusion, scale up, and sustainability of exclusive breastfeeding by AIDED framework components.

Table 22.4 Infant and young child feeding. A tool for assessing national practices, policies and programmes: Infant feeding behaviours and corresponding indicators.

Table 22.5 Infant and young child feeding. A tool for assessing national practices, policies and programmes: Policies and targets indicators.

Table 22.6 Infant and young child feeding. A tool for assessing national practices, policies and programmes: Programme indicators.

Table 22.7 World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTi) indicators.

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