Background. Breastfeeding success is determined by early skin to skin contact, early initiation of breastfeeding, rooming-in, baby-led breastfeeding, creation of a favorable environment, specific training of health professionals, and continuity of care. Objective. To investigate the women's satisfaction regarding the care and support received in the first days after childbirth. Material and Methods. A questionnaire of 24 items was administered to mothers before discharge, from May to September 2019 at the University Hospital of Modena. Results. The predictive variables of exclusive breastfeeding were the delivery mode, age at birth and parity. The multivariate analysis showed that a high satisfaction score was associated with vaginal birth (OR=2.63, p=0.005), rooming-in during the hospitalization (OR=8.64, p<0.001), the skin to skin contact (OR=6.61, p=0.001) and the first latch-on within 1 hour after birth (OR=3.00, p=0.02). Conclusions. Mothers' satisfaction is one of the important factors of positive experience during hospital stay and of better health outcomes.

Breastfeeding promotion and support: A quality improvement study / Menichini, D.; Zambri, F.; Govoni, L.; Ricchi, A.; Infante, R.; Palmieri, E.; Galli, M. C.; Molinazzi, M. T.; Messina, M. P.; Putignano, A.; Banchelli, F.; Colaceci, S.; Neri, I.; Giusti, A.. - In: ANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ. - ISSN 0021-2571. - 57:2(2021), pp. 161-166. [10.4415/ANN_21_02_08]

Breastfeeding promotion and support: A quality improvement study

Neri I.;
2021-01-01

Abstract

Background. Breastfeeding success is determined by early skin to skin contact, early initiation of breastfeeding, rooming-in, baby-led breastfeeding, creation of a favorable environment, specific training of health professionals, and continuity of care. Objective. To investigate the women's satisfaction regarding the care and support received in the first days after childbirth. Material and Methods. A questionnaire of 24 items was administered to mothers before discharge, from May to September 2019 at the University Hospital of Modena. Results. The predictive variables of exclusive breastfeeding were the delivery mode, age at birth and parity. The multivariate analysis showed that a high satisfaction score was associated with vaginal birth (OR=2.63, p=0.005), rooming-in during the hospitalization (OR=8.64, p<0.001), the skin to skin contact (OR=6.61, p=0.001) and the first latch-on within 1 hour after birth (OR=3.00, p=0.02). Conclusions. Mothers' satisfaction is one of the important factors of positive experience during hospital stay and of better health outcomes.
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Breastfeeding promotion and support: A quality improvement study / Menichini, D.; Zambri, F.; Govoni, L.; Ricchi, A.; Infante, R.; Palmieri, E.; Galli, M. C.; Molinazzi, M. T.; Messina, M. P.; Putignano, A.; Banchelli, F.; Colaceci, S.; Neri, I.; Giusti, A.. - In: ANNALI DELL'ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITÀ. - ISSN 0021-2571. - 57:2(2021), pp. 161-166. [10.4415/ANN_21_02_08]
Menichini, D.; Zambri, F.; Govoni, L.; Ricchi, A.; Infante, R.; Palmieri, E.; Galli, M. C.; Molinazzi, M. T.; Messina, M. P.; Putignano, A.; Banchelli, F.; Colaceci, S.; Neri, I.; Giusti, A.
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