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  • Baby-Friendly includes practices such as rooming-in and not giving formula without a clear medical reason.

    Melissa Bartick: Let's Get Serious About Promoting Breastfeeding

  • • What is the rooming-in policy for babies, and under what circumstances would my baby be separated from me?

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth

  • Practise rooming-in - allow mothers and infants to remain together - 24 hours a day.

    Chapter 8

  • During the day the baby can be with you most of the time if you choose, but there is no rooming-in option.

    lizrael update

  • There is no rooming-in option but it's a better hospital for complications and premature births that require NICU. quick version of the hospital's specs.

    lizrael update

  • I liked the labor rooms there much better than the ones in Hadassah, though the restrictions regarding rooming-in and the general attitude did not impress me.

    lizrael update

  • Tzivoni strongly objected to the conditions in the maternity ward, where he and his wife had asked for full rooming-in (where the mother and baby stay together day and night).

    A Mother in Israel

  • Tzivoni quoted a nurse from another hospital, who said that mothers don't want rooming-in even though the babies are more relaxed and cry much less.

    A Mother in Israel

  • 3:140–44; ——— 1988 “The impact of infant rooming-in on maternal sleep at night.”

    The Official Lamaze® Guide

  • 1989 “Early postpartum rooming-in and maternal attachment behaviors in a group of medically indigent primiparas.”

    The Official Lamaze® Guide

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