The Breastfeeding Atlas 4th Ed.
European Union Customers
Now you can order The Breastfeeding Atlas from La Leche League of France. Contact email@example.com
By Barbara Wilson-Clay BSEd, IBCLC and Kay Hoover M Ed, IBCLC
The Breastfeeding Atlas has been completely revised to reflect new research in the field of lactation. The text contains new photos, new case studies and evidence-based breastfeeding management information.
Barbara Wilson-Clay and Kay Hoover have over 50 years of combined expertise as lactation consultants, educators and photographers. The Breastfeeding Atlas taps into their broad experience as clinical practitioners. This is a must-have book for students and practitioners alike!
1 – 9 are $59.00 each
10 or more are $35.40 each
Downloadable Class Set Version
Individual chapters of The Breastfeeding Atlas are available in PDF form for individuals who need single chapters for study or to fulfill a class reading assignment. Purchase of a single chapter PDF is intended for the exclusive use of the purchaser. Photo-copying and distribution is a violation of copyright.
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Ch. 2 – Infant States and Infant Assessment – $10
Ch. 3 – Orofacial Assessment and Feeding Reflexes – $10
Ch. 4 – Infant Diapers: Stools, Urine, and Vaginal Discharge – $10
Ch. 5 – Appearances of Human Milk – $10
Ch. 6 – Positioning and Latch-on Technique – $10
Ch. 7 – Flat and Inverted Nipples – $10
Ch. 8 – Sore Nipples – $10
Ch. 9 – Unusual Presentations of the Breast and Nipple – $10
Ch. 10 – Anatomic Variability: An Important Issue in Assessment – $10
Ch. 11 – Engorgement, Oversupply, and Mastitis – $10
Ch. 12 – Breast Cancer: Issues For Lactation – $10
Ch. 13 – Twin, Triplet, and Tandem Breastfeeding – $10
Ch. 14 – Alternative Feeding Methods – $10
Ch. 15 – Donor Human Milk Banking – $10
Ch. 16 – Breastfeeding in Special Circumstances – $10
Ch. 17 – Ankyloglossia – $10
Ch. 18 – Orofacial Variations – $10
“The evolution of the art and science of lactation is well illustrated as each new edition of the Atlas rolls off the press. Information has been updated to reflect the latest research and journal articles with some citations as recent as 2008. Detailed scientific explanation from disciplines such as occupational and speech therapy, pharmacology, and toxicology are used in topics such as ankyloglossia and mastitis. In addition, the examples, illustrations, and case studies reflect over 40 years of combined experience, in which both authors have tested and continue to test out theories for their practicality and usefulness with mother-baby couplets.”
Doreen Kazmer, MSN, IBCLC
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