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Statistical Study for the Reasons of Artificial or Mixed Feeding and Breast Feeding.

Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1982;25(10):1046-1052.
Published online October 31, 1982.
Statistical Study for the Reasons of Artificial or Mixed Feeding and Breast Feeding.
Woo Sik Chung, Hong In Eum, Byung Do Nam, Jung Hee Lee, Kew Tae Kim
Department of Pediatrics, St. Benedict Hospital, Busan, Korea
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정우식, 엄홍인, 남병도, 이정희, 김규택
부산성분도병원 소아과
Abstract
The survey was performed on 418 cases of mothers who were visited our pediatric out- patients and well baby clinics from January to July of 1981. The results of this survey were as follows: 1. The differentation of weight, height, chest circumference between the mothers of arti- ficial or mixed feeding and breast feeding was not seen. 2. The average nipple length of mothers of breast feeding, artificial or mixed feeding, small sized nipple, and underdeveloped breast was 8.16, 7.75, 3.16, 6.40 mm respectively. The average nipple diameter WSLS 9.60, 9.67, 7.33, 8.65 mm respectively. 3. In approximate oder of decreasing frequency, the breast abnormality include retracted nipple (39%), small sized nipple (27%), undereveloped breast (27%), and infection or illness of breast (7%). 4. The reasons for artificial or mixed feeding were “unsatisfied breast (57%), “abnormal "breast” (23%), “baby’s illness” (8%),“mother’s illness” (3%), “abnormal oral cavity” (2%) and others (8%) by its frequency. 5. The reasons for unsatisfied breast milk were “No reasons” (44%), “Inadequate postpa- rtum care” (14%), “Asthenia status” (12%), “Emotional unstability due to postpartum pain and discomfort”(7%), “Inadequate nutrition” and “For the mother’s health”(5%) by its frequency. 6. Mother*s opinions about artificial or mixed feeding were as follows: “If areast milk is enough, I want breast feeding”(63%), wArtificial or mixed feeding was satisfied”(35%), and No answer(2%).
Key Words: Artificial or mixed or mixed feeding, Breast feeding, Physical difference, Reason for artificial or mixed feeding, and unstisfied breast milk.


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