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Satisfacción de madres lactantes con la promoción de la lactancia materna y adherencia de los profesionales a las recomendaciones. Estudio multicéntrico.
Quiñoz-Gallardo, María Dolores | Rodríguez-Soberado, Pilar | Gonzalez-Maria, Esther ISCIII | Albornos-Muñoz, Laura ISCIII | Gutiérrez-Martínez, María Mar | Harillo-Acevedo, David | Cutanda-Carrión, Benedicta | Del Rio-Martínez, Patricia | Lozano-Díaz, David | Maestre-García, María Ángeles | Cabrera-Cabrera, María Ángeles | Gómez-Martín, Inmaculada | Pino-Morales, Esther
Rev Esp Salud Publica . 2020 Dec 10;94:e202012152.
The Baby-friendly Hospital Initiative or clinical practice guideline implementation programs have a positive impact on the promotion of breastfeeding (BF). There are knowledge gaps regarding the perceptions of new mothers towards these initiatives, and their degree of satisfaction. Our objective was to describe the satisfaction of BF mothers and adherence to the recommendations of the "Breastfeeding" guide from the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (RNAO). Between 2018-2019, in 9 Spanish hospitals that implemented the guide, 2,397 nursing mothers were surveyed who met inclusion criteria. A self-administered survey was designed with sociodemographic data, mother-child, BF promotion interventions carried out and degree of satisfaction. Descriptive and bivariate analysis was performed. The recommendations for skin-to-skin contact, help in breastfeeding, observation of a breastfeeding session and resolution of doubts presented adhesions >84%. Information about support groups, rooming-in and recognize signs of baby satisfaction obtained adhesions <40%. The exclusive BF rate at discharge was 77.5%. The mean satisfaction with skin-to-skin contact and the percentage of satisfaction at discharge were 5.8 and 96.8% respectively. The differences were significant between the degree of satisfaction and the educational level, age, work situation, type of delivery and type of hospital (p<0.05). According to puerperal women, adherence to the recommendations of the Clinical Practice Guide is good for most interventions and the degree of satisfaction is high.
Breastfeeding | Skin-to-skin contact | Clinical practice guideline | Satisfaction | Breastfeeding support | Evidence-based practice
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